Get the makeup look: David Koma at LFW SS'17

When David Koma debuted the Spring/Summer collection for 2017 at London Fashion Week, his fashions depict a story of modern royalty that is pure with a multi-dimensional side. With an emphasis on both black and white, the David Koma collection tells a story. Recently, the models for David Koma teamed up with the NARS UK Makeup Ambassador Andrew Gallimore for a makeup look to complement the fashion.

"Radiant Royalty," Gallimore shared.

So, is it possible to recreate this makeup look at home? Absolutely.

First and foremost, the NARS UK Makeup Ambassador prepped the models skin. He used the NARSskin Multi-Action Toner followed by the NARSskin Luminous Moisture Cream. He, then, applied the NARSskin Total Replenishing Eye Cream.

As he continued with the face, he applied the NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer followed by the new NARS Soft Matte Complete Concealer. As this product is new and due to launch in Spring of 2017, an amazing alternative is the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer. He, then, applied the NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder to finish the face.

For the cheeks, Gallimore applied some of the new NARS Radiance Primer with SPF 35. As this is a new product for 2017, try using the NARS Light Optimizing Primer until then. He, then, applied the NARS Liquid Bronzer in Laguna. To add some color, the wonderful makeup artist used the NARS Lipstick in Breaking Free. And as this product unavailable until 2017, try using the NARS Audacious Lipstick in Juliette as this is a great alternative.

So, what about the eyes? He lined the models eyes with the NARS Velvet Eyeliner in Las Pozas. Then, Gallimore curled the models lashes using the NARS Eyelash Curler.

To finish the entire makeup look, Gallimore applied the NARS Pure Sheer Lip Treatment in Bianca to the lips. This product has an SPF, so it works to hydrate as well as protect the lips.

Congratulations! You have just recreated the makeup look for the David Koma show at London Fashion Week. #LFW

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