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Karina Rivera THE MEXICAN MAKEUP ARTIST KARINA RIVERA PRESENTED IN LYON, FRANCE A BODY PAINTING INSPIRED IN “MEXICO.” SHE NAMED HER ART “MEXICO EN LA PIEL.” THE COLORS OF HER COUNTRY INSPIRED HER TO ELLABORATE A COLORFUL DESIGN. SHE NOW LIVES IN MEXICO AND STUDIES VISUAL INFORMATION DESIGN. SHE COMPLEMENTS HER STUDIES WITH HER MAKEUP CAREER.

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n body painting, a wide range of ideas are taken from various sources like alternative art, fine arts, rune, mythologies, and even current affairs. They can be related to occasions or events like political protest movements or sports events, like soccer. In the post 1960s era, several experimental methods were tried out, such as a model being covered with paint and rolled on a canvas so that the paint was transferred there. Depending on the paints used, whether multi-hued or in monotones, the images that were created could be very interesting. Usually, however, the paints are applied using paintbrushes, airbrushes, natural sea sponges, or just by the fingers and hands. These days the paints that are used are non-allergenic, non-toxic, and are easily washable. Artwork arises from an unspoken dialog that takes place between the artist and the model. Makeup artist Ryan says, “ I decorate the skin with the soul, both mine and the model’s.” MUA Mark echoes his friend’s thoughts, “Yes, I draw the energies that I feel from my model, and I let the paint and the brush express that on his or her skin.” Once the model is covered in paint, he/she be-

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comes an expression of the art itself. Ryan likens it to wearing a mask for a masquerade or an actor becoming the role he/she plays. “It allows the model to assume some part of his or her personality that is not expressed normally. As for me, as an artist, I divine that hidden part and express it on the skin in order for the art to glow itself.” Karina’s bodypainting was inspired in Mexico. She had to represent a country for a contest that took place in Lyon, France, where she was the only foreigner. She chose her own, a country full of vibrant colors, culture, flowers, music, lovely people, etc. The makeup artist had six hours to paint the whole body. She says that it was one of the most exciting experiences in her life, “time passed by really fast, I had a great time and I enjoyed every minute of it”. The model was a spanish girl who helped Karina a lot in order to give her art the latin spirit that she wanted. Fortunately she won the first place, she was amazed of the result, but Karina says that hard work always pays off no matter what, “we need to keep going, even when things seem to get hard, because there’s when we learn and grow. When it feels scary to jump, that’s exactly when you jump.”


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emoving resistant makeup requires some heavy lifting. Before washing up with your daily cleanser, dislodge the stubborn makeup with a remover designed to take off all those can’t stop, won’t stop formulas. Here are six of the best hard working formulas.

Estée Lauder Double Wear Long Wear Makeup Remover Wipes “”gentle wipes that give your eyes a quick once-over” $22

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Editorial Makeup TAKE A LOOK AT SOME OF THE MOST AWESOME EDITORIAL MAKEUP SHOTS WE’VE SELECTED FOR YOU.

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“I love doing face masks! They are my best kept secret for flawless skin and keeping my make up in place. My mask time is me time. It leaves my skin glowing and acts as the perfect base resulting in #Nofilterneeded makeup. My favourite is Fresh Jelly Mask £44 Dior.”

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SIR JOHN IS ABOUT AS NICE AS THEY COME. AFTER OUR INITIAL MEETING WITH THIS MAKEUP WIZARD, WHO’S WORKED WITH THE LIKES OF KARLIE KLOSS, NAOMI CAMPBELL, LUPITA NYONG’O AND — WAIT FOR IT — BEYONCÉ, WE KNEW WE NEEDED TO GET HIS FULL STORY.

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FIRST AND FOREMOST, TELL US ABOUT YOUR JOURNEY TO BECOMING A SUCCESSFUL MAKEUP ARTIST.

Growing up in New York, I went to performing arts school and had always been obsessed with art and brushes. When I was 19 and going to school in Atlanta, I went to a photoshoot with a friend who was a model. I just sat there on the ground watching her do her thing. The makeup artist that was hired never showed up so the model turned to me and asked, ‘Can you put a situation on my face?’ So I did it! The photographer told me I did a great job and asked me to come back next week to do makeup and he would pay me $300. So I went out and bought makeup and returned the next week. Shortly after that, I started working at a major makeup company at one of their beauty counters where I learned so much about makeup and women. I was transferred back to New York. TELL US MORE!

After doing that for a bit, I actually left makeup altogether and went into visual merchandising for companies like Henri Bendel, Bergdorf Goodman and Gucci. While I was at Gucci, I crossed paths with a former colleague who was now working as an assistant for makeup artist Pat McGrath. He told me she was looking for a makeup assistant and that I should meet her at a show she was working. I figured I’d show up and give it a shot. When I went to the show, I met Pat backstage and she asked me if I was going to be in Italy two weeks from that day. I told her, ‘Yes,’ even though I didn’t even have a passport at the time! So I went to Italy where I worked my first major runway show — Dolce — and met my first celebrity client: Naomi Campbell. This got me back into makeup where I continued to work as an assistant for prominent makeup artists, one of which actually first introduced me to Beyoncé. 18

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TALK TO US ABOUT THAT. HOW DID YOUR PROFESSIONAL RELATIONSHIP WITH BEYONCÉ COME ABOUT?

I was at the Tom Ford show that didn’t include just models, and Beyoncé was on the roster. Before I knew it, I was assigned to do her makeup. I remember walking over to the room (reserved for Beyoncé), opening up the partition curtain and seeing all this big gold hair! It was one of those pivotal moments that will forever be ingrained in my mind. It definitely changed the course of my life. Now, Beyoncé had a great makeup artist, so I didn’t really think anything would happen after this encounter. But I guess she quietly watched my career over the next year or so and ended up offering me a contract to go on tour with her. And, that’s how that whole dynamic started. YOU HAVE AN AMAZING SOCIAL MEDIA FANBASE THAT INCLUDES MORE THAN 100K FOLLOWERS ON INSTAGRAM. HOW HAS SOCIAL MEDIA HAS BEEN INSTRUMENTAL IN THE GROWTH OF YOUR CAREER?

Social media is the reason I’m here in this place in my career. It gave me visibility while I was an assistant and has served as a view into my world and a way in which I express everything. Professionally speaking, it’s been the biggest advertising platform for myself.

WHAT’S YOUR TAKE ON SOCIAL MEDIA AND HOW IT’S CHANGING THE BEAUTY INDUSTRY?

What’s really cool about Instagram and social media is the fact that it’s so inclusive. We look at society right now and it tells you that if you’re this religion or that religion, or if you’re this colour or that ethnicity, we’re supposed to be separate. But if I look at Instagram and social media, and put in a hashtag about liquid lipstick, I’ll see a mosaic of people from Cairo to Hong Kong, all looking in search of a colour. They don’t even see any religion. They don’t judge the woman, they just see the lipstick.


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SOCIAL MEDIA HAS BEEN THE BIGGEST ADVERTISING PLATFORM FOR MYSELF.

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INSTAGRAM ALSO PLAYED A ROLE IN YOU BEING CHOSEN AS A CELEBRITY MAKEUP ARTIST FOR L’ORÉAL PARIS. TELL US HOW YOU LANDED THAT DREAM GIG!

I’ve been working as a contributor for publications like Vogue Italia and InStyle for a while now. About a year ago, an executive from L’Oréal asked the editors at Vogue and InStyle if they knew of any one that the company should be working with. One of the editors showed the L’Oréal exec my Instagram account and said, ‘This is who you need.’ L’Oréal then reached out to me and asked me to join the team. All I could think was, ‘Is this really happening to me right now?’ HOW WOULD YOU DESCRIBE YOUR BEAUTY STYLE?

I’m a person who appreciates the aspirational qualities of this industry. When it comes to being a makeup artist, you learn from the background and knowledge of others and what makes them who they are, and glean from those perspectives. You become a mix of the people you’ve learned from. WHAT MAKEUP PRODUCT DO YOU ALWAYS KEEP IN YOUR KIT?

Probably a shiny stick (illuminator). I’ve also been loving the L’Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Last Lip Color because they do not move and they don’t dry out your lips. WHAT ARE SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE MAKEUP TRENDS RIGHT NOW?

I love strobing. Everyone is doing such aggressive contouring right now, so I’m looking forward to a few seasons in the future when we’ll be experiencing a more toned-down, sophisticated form of contouring. I’m looking forward to contouring 2.0! I also really love the liquid matte lip trend. They’re huge right now and offer a nice contrast to strobing. WHAT’S THE BIGGEST CAREER LESSON YOU’VE LEARNED TO DATE?

Make sure you are living what you want to exude. Relationships are everything in life. Be nice to absolutely everyone you meet and work with because you never know who they will be or how you will be working with them in the future. WHO ARE SOME OF YOUR MOST FAMOUS CLIENTS?

Well, we have Beyoncé, but we also have Joan [Smalls], we have Karlie [Kloss], we have Chrissy Teigen, Viola Davis, Serena Williams, Liya Kebede... HOW DO YOU CHANGE YOUR APPROACH WHEN YOU’RE ON SET VERSUS SOMETHING LIKE A CONCERT?

If you look at Bey for example, concert makeup is completely different from editorial. If you look at her ELLE cover, it’s so soft and subtle. There’s a freshness that we wanted to keep, to make her look youthful. DO YOU PREFER DOING EDITORIAL OR RED CARPET?

I prefer editorial. I like to be on set. I like being under good light. I’m not a fan of music videos at all—I don’t like the hours. It’s too much time commitment for me. I’ve been on video sets for 17, 18, 22 hours. At that point, you’re just like, riding on fumes. WHAT WAS YOUR INSPIRATION FOR BEYONCÉ’S MET GALA MAKEUP THAT UPSET SO MANY OF HER FANS?

They hated me! Riccardo Tisci, who is [was] the designer for Givenchy, sent me a picture and was like, “Hey, listen, I want it to be like this.” It was this runway look of Kate Moss in the ‘90s at a Gucci show. The whole eye was covered in this dark colour. So Bey and I were like, “Let’s make it more graphic.” But the pictures on the red carpet are different from

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the pictures at nighttime. Daylight pictures don’t capture the essence like nighttime pictures do. Long story short, she was happy. I saw her the next day and I thought she was going to be so upset with me. She was like, “Babe, I felt good. I liked it.” And I liked it, so that was it. The ‘Fashion Police’ and all these other people were very, very happy. But Instagram makeup artists were all, “We need to find him and obliterate him!” It was a little intense. IS IT MORE FUN WORKING ON CELEBRITIES OR MODELS?

The world I live in is more model-based, not celebrity. Celebrity is very Los Angeles. The work we do that’s creative is never on celebrities, because celebrities have a formula they like to stick to. They are very safe. Celebrities are very much like, “I can’t do that because that’s this person’s look.” They have a formula they don’t move in and out of. But models are like, “Bring on the looks, bring on the looks.” WHAT KIND OF LOOK DO YOU DO IF YOU ONLY HAVE FIVE MINUTES?

If I have only five minutes, which is so often... I hate to say this, but sometimes hair gets so long and styling gets five or 10 fittings. And then they look at makeup, “You only have 10 minutes.” It’s like, do you know how long this guy had colour in her hair? [laughs] If I had only a small amount of time, what I would do is a statement lip. You can’t look at a statement lip and say, “Oh, it’s just because she didn’t have time.” No, this could be intentionally the statement she wanted to make for the day. Eyes take a little bit longer, because you want symmetry and there’s a layering that happens. So I’d do a statement lip, and a lip liner to make the lip last longer HOW DO YOU PREP THE SKIN BEFORE YOU APPLY MAKEUP?

I’m all about hydrating the skin and creating a story with the skin. People don’t believe that skin is that much of a feature or a focus—but it is. If you really think about it, skin is the only thing we have that conveys so many different elements. It conveys how much time you had on vacation; what you eat; how much you eat; if you’ve been drinking, partying, etc.


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I start with moisturizer—I use a water-based moisturizer. I take my fingers, and I start to get the skin more supple by moving the moisturizer around. The whole goal is to increase circulation. But it doesn’t hurt. If you’ve ever seen Charlotte, she would almost slap the girls; it would seem horrifying! [laughs] But all I’m trying to do is increase a little bit of blood flow. WHICH MAKEUP LOOKS ARE YOU MOST PROUD OF?

My favourite look would probably be something I did on Joan. Any of the work I do on Joan is when I get to really, really have fun. I loved the blue smoky eyes I did for the CFDA Awards a couple years ago. HOW DO YOU CHOOSE THE RIGHT BROW PENCIL?

I use cooler colours for brows. Even if you have warm or red hair, you want to go ashier with brow colour. It photographs better. Always err on the side of ashy with brows. For no other area will I tell you that, just brows. WHAT MAKEUP TRICK DO YOU USE THE MOST THAT PEOPLE DON’T KNOW ABOUT?

I always try to create a feline silhouette to the eye. By using mascara on the outer ends of the lashes, it’s going to give you a feline aesthetic. If you put more mascara at the centre of the eyes, near the pupil, it’s going to make you more doeeyed and Bambi-like. So if you want more of a Bambi, bright-eyed appearance, use more individual lashes or mascara in the centre. If you want cat eyes, use them on the outer edges. Just knowing how to change up the eyes in those two ways creates a lot of expression in photos.

AGREED. WHY ARE PEOPLE HIGHLIGHTING THE TIP OF THE NOSE NOW?

The biggest faux pas of the decade is putting shine on the tip of your nose as a highlight. [laughs] I think that’s one of the craziest things I’ve seen happening HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT THE “BAKING” TREND?

I never bake. Ever. It never looks natural on a girl. I’m always starting from the place of being so minimal. Anything I do that’s creative is going to be an eye or a lip, but her skin is always going to be natural. WHAT OTHER MAKEUP TRENDS DO YOU WISH WOULD GO AWAY?

Too much foundation. I’m coming from a different place. The school of makeup that I came from, which is editorial, is if they can see the foundation, I’m not getting hired. All that baking and contouring is great for the woman who happens to be with her girlfriends and is just going out on the town, but in the world of editorial beauty, it’s the complete opposite.I wish the over-reaching of the contouring trend would stop. We as a society know how to contour now, so dial it back. It should be invisible sculpting. It should look believable, like natural shadows. INSTAGRAM MUST KILL YOU, THEN.

Instagram is both a source of inspiration and frustration. I love that women are trying, that they’re in the game, but sometimes, slathering on so much product is just too much. However, I love the reach and visibility we now have at our fingertips. Over my morning coffee, I can go from watching a girl in India apply her lipstick to girls in China trying a new DIY trend.

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HOW DO YOU FEEL ABOUT ALL THESE INSTAGRAM AND YOUTUBE “GURUS” TEACHING A GENERATION OF WOMEN TO DO THEIR MAKEUP THAT WAY?

You want to learn from someone who’s not just sitting at home doing video after video. Someone who is in the field, who tried something and maybe it didn’t work. You know, blood, sweat and tears bring a great story as well as an element of experience. Make sure you’re learning from people who have experience. DO YOU THINK THERE ARE ANY RULES ABOUT WEARING WARM VERSUS COOL COLOURS?

There are no rules, but there are a couple of happy guidelines. For lips, whenever you pick an orange-based red, those are going to make your tan pop and bring life to your complexion. If you ever have a cold, bring a little bit of an orange base to your blush or lip colour, it will make you look awake. If you want to make your teeth look really white, go with the blue-based colours. So your raspberries. Like MAC Ruby Woo. That is the standard of a blue-based red. Magentas and fluorescent pinks are always the wild cards, but if you stay within the norms of cool and warm, you’ll know what it’s going to do for your complexion and your teeth. WHAT’S YOUR DO YOU THINK ABOUT ALL OF US JUST DOING OUR OWN MAKEUP AT HOME?

There’s no such thing as mistakes. For example, at the Met Ball, we just owned it. If there’s a mistake, make it a trend. Be like, “You know what, I did this on purpose.” If anyone at the office doesn’t like the way you applied your lipstick, just challenge them to wait for it. Say “It’s coming your way.” IF YOU COULD GIVE OUR READERS ONE QUICK PRO TIP OR PIECE OF BEAUTY RECOMENDATION, WHAT WOULD IT BE?

Maximize your features. Invest in a liner or add a bit of contrast with faux lashes to make your eyes more expressive. Focus on subtle changes to your eyes and lips that draw attention to you in a non-ostentatious way. WHAT’S YOUR ADVICE TO ASPIRING MAKEUP ARTISTS?

Keep moving along. I didn’t stop in one place. I didn’t think I had it going on. Once you get some of these things and these wins, you might feel like, “Okay, I can stop here, things are great.” It’s never that way. You always have to keep it moving. You’re only as good as your last job, cover or editorial—until you get to a place like Charlotte where you have a business and something substantial. You should never take criticism or compliments seriously. A compliment is great; it’s nice to have a compliment. But don’t take it seriously. Criticism and compliments, they come from the same place. If you know what you can do, neither one should move the needle emotionally inside.

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Top beauty influencers FORBES RELEASED A LIST OF THE TOP BEAUTY INFLUENCERS IN THE WORLD. THE YOUTUBE CHANNELS OF THESE SOCIAL MEDIA STARS ARE RIFE WITH TIPS AND TRICKS FOR ACHIEVING A FLAWLESS MAKE-UP LOOK AND HERE, WE ROUND UP SOME OF THEIR BEST OFFERINGS.

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1. CHRISTEN DOMINIQUE When concealing dark circles, it’s a common mistake, says Christen, to apply concealer along the undereye area only. Instead, she recommends creating a V-shape with concealer, starting from under the inner corner of the eye, bringing it down and then back up along the cheekbone to the outer corner of the eye. This technique helps avoid the raccoon eye look and appears more natural.

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2. ZOE SUGG In her latest 'favourites' video, the English vlogger who goes by Zoella, shares a unique technique to amplify your highlight. After applying highlighter on her cheekbones, she sprays Smashbox Photo Finish Primer Water on top. 'It's like bam!' she says. The primer also doubles as a setting spray in her routine.

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3. MICHELLE PHAN The longtime vlogger is a fan of incorporating oils into her skin and haircare routines, and she also recommends mixing a few drops of face oil into foundation for a flawless finish and to give the skin ‘extra luminosity’.

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4. NIKKIE de JAGER There are a number of make-up sponge cleaners on shelves, but Nikkie of channel Nikkie Tutorials will save you the money. The Dutch vlogger likes to use a small bar soap - the kind you get for free at a hotel (though any bar soap will do) - to easily massage the product and grime out of the blender.

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5. SHANNON HARRIS To take her look from day to night, Shannon, better known on YouTube as Shaaanxo, keeps four items in her purse: bronzer, highlighter, false lashes and lipstick. The MVP in that line-up is the bronzer, which she uses to both contour her cheekbones and to add warmth and color to her natural eye make-up.

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6.HUDA KATTAN The Dubai-based entrepreneur is full of genius DIY tricks, including how to use a cotton swab to fake sky-high lashes. In a recent video on her channel, Huda rolls a spoolie brush on the cotton and then brushes the fibers onto lashes. Next, she seals them in with a coat of mascara and repeats.

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7. MANNY GUTIERREZ The secret to perfecting the cut crease look, says Manny Gutierrez a.k.a Manny MUA, is to ‘carve out’ the crease using a small flat brush dipped in concealer. The step comes after applying shadow above the crease and at the outer corners, but before filling in the lid with a lighter shadow.

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8. JEFFREE STAR If you want your face to look so glowy it looks like ‘you took a bath in metal’, head on over to the beauty guru’s channel. Jeffree demonstrates how applying a powder highlighter at the very top of the cheekbone over a cream highlighter translates to megawatt shine.

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9.WAYNE GOSS To keep your foundation on your face and off your phone screen, the snarky make-up artist advises placing a blending sponge in a tissue and bouncing it onto your blended make-up to remove any excess oil. He then suggests applying powder and finishing with a setting spray.

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Beauty Report AS GREAT AS HACKS ARE FOR SOLVING YOUR BIGGEST BEAUTY PROBLEMS, WE ALSO NEED TO TAKE A MOMENT TO APPRECIATE OVERNIGHT TIPS AND TRICKS THAT DON’T TARGET SPECIFIC PROBLEMS — BUT AIM TO MAKE US LOOK AND FEEL OUR OVERALL BEST.

e reached out to some of our beauty influencer friends to find out their fav beauty hacks to work some magic while you sleep and make your skin and makeup look even more flawless in the morning. Discover their favorite hacks, so you can look like a supermodel too!

MASKS, MASKS AND MORE MASKS... Skincare is huge, so having a routine really keeps the skin in perfect shape for makeup. Overnight hacks are essential, include packing on lip masks like the Best Damn Beauty Lip Mask or the Dr.Lipp Lip Balm. Then, of course for the rest of the face overnight masks are the best. Include using Bite Beauty Agave Lip on lips to keep them moisturized, especially in the cold months. Use coconut oil on eyebrows and eyelashes to keep them tame for when you wake up and apply makeup the following morning. If you are having a breakout, always spot treat before bed. Put a small bandaid on to keep it on the skin. You can’t really do that during the day so night time it’s the perfect time. 44

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TREAT YOUR EYE AREA GENTLY... This is the most delicate part of your face. Cleanse with care; blot, never rub. Reduce puffy eyes by splashing with cold water or applying a cold compress (ice cubes in a washcloth): 15 seconds on, 15 seconds off. When you put on mascara, don’t lower your chin—that’s how mascara gets on your lid. Always use your ring finger to apply moisturizer or concealer to the eye area. It puts the least amount of pressure on the skin. Apply a light eyeshadow (like ivory or gold) just above the lashline and along inner corners of your eyes to open them up. For unruly brows, apply hairspray to an old toothbrush, then brush brows upward and outward. Don’t change the place where your brows peak and never pencil the whole brow. Instead, only fill in holes.

CLEAR ALL OVER DON’T TOUCH YOUR FACE UNNECESSARILY. BREAKOUTS CAN BE CAUSED BY YOUR OWN FINGERS.

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