Get The Look: 1960s Jet-Set Glamour

Designer: Rachel Zoe

Lead Makeup Artist: butter LONDON’s Global Colour Ambassador Katie Jane Hughes

The Scoop:  The collection was inspired by the jet-set glamour of the 1960s, a decade when most women used travel as a reason to dress up. Textured silks, striped linens and scalloped lace in iconic black and white segue to delicate metallic embroidery and turquoise embellished crepes, all creating a collection that is as contemporary as it is classic.

How To DIY The 60s Glamour Spotted at Rachel Zoe


Skin was prepped with a moisturizer followed by foundation on the T-zone. Dust a small amount of pressed powder onto the T-zone. Apply butter LONDON WINK Cream Shadow in Treacle down the bridge of the nose, tops of the Cupid’s bow and top of the forehead for a healthy glow. Mix a small amount of oil with a little bit of butter LONDON CHEEKY Cream Blush in Honey Pie and gently apply using the heels of the palm on cheekbones.


Mix butter LONDON  WINK Cream Shadow in Treacle with concealer and apply to the inner corners of the eyes for a glow. Use butter LONDON WINK Eye Pencil in Union Jack Black to create a wing on the outer edge of the eye for an elongated feline shape. Smudge the liner to create a softer flick, then build color back onto the outer edge of the wing only. Use butter LONDON WINK Matte Liquid Eye Liner in Union Jack Black to define the entire flick. Curl lashes one at the root and again at the middle. Apply butter LONDON WINK Mascara in Union Jack Black to the outer edge of the top lashes. Tightline the outer edge of the top lashline with butter LONDON WINK Eye Pencil in Union Jack Black.


Wipe clean the mascara wand of butter LONDON Mascara in Brown Sugar and apply through the brows without touching the skin to give the brows natural color and definition.


Press butter LONDON LIPPY Tinted Balm in Apricot Sunray to lips. Apply butter LONDON CHEEKY Cream Blush in Honey Pie over to create a more natural color.


Apply butter LONDON CHEEKY Cream Blush in Honey Pie to the apples of the cheeks.

Comments are closed.