Tuesday, July 29, 2008


Kate Moss in a cream, satin Louis Vuitton dress; photo: Mario Testino

Vogue is calling their August issue, Ageless. Inside, features abound on how to look amazing at any age as well as stories about those Vogue considers truly ageless beauties. It's a delightful read, highlighting phenomenal women from their 20's to their 90's. Who did Vogue select for the ageless cover - Kate Moss. Well, she's the sprite of the runway, is she not? Here, we see Moss with a grown up glamour, an elegance even, very other side of her ususal edgy, urban look.

MU Artist Diane Kendal created a soft, sultry look for the cover shot. A sheer tinted moisturizer and touch of concealor were used to perfect Moss' skin; a shimmery peach blush was lightly brushed on her cheekbones for a natural dewy finish. Her eyes were brushed with a light-brown, champagne shadow to compliment her natural eye color and a black cream liner was used on both upper and lower lash lines for added appeal. Wanting to focus on Kate's eyes, Kendal opted for a nude, pinky-peach toned lip color with a dab of lip balm for softness.

Vogue used these products for the cover:

  • Rimmel London Liquid Eye Liner in Ebony Black, $5.70
  • Rimmel London Mousse Blush 8Hr in Peach Iced Tea, $6.25
  • Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in Paradise, $6.25

Vogue also recommends these alternatives for a similar look:

  • MAC Technakohl Liner Eye Pencil in Graphblack, $14.50, and Clinique Brush-On Cream Liner in True Black, $14.50
  • MAC Mineral Blush in Dainty, $30, and Clinique Blushwear Cream Stick in Rosy Blush, $18.50
  • MAC Buoy-O-Buoy Lipstick, $14, and Clinique Long Last Soft Shine Lipstick in Beauty, $14

Rimmel products are available at Rimmel online and in drugstores; MAC and Clinique products may be purchased online and at select retailers. For more information, visit Rimmel, MAC and Clinique.

source: vogue


  1. Really? She did all that with Rimmel? (Do we believe that? I was hoping it was some high-powered magic that made models look so good.)

  2. Wellllll .... my dear KarlaSugar ... Vogue says they used Rimmel but they don't say if anything had been photoshopped, etc ... I'm not saying there IS photo-enhancing going on there, but it is something to wonder, right? :o )



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