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The LFW Richard Quinn show gave us all the spring makeup inspiration

Richard Quinn show LFW with MAC cosmetics

We went behind the scenes at the Richard Quinn show (Picture: AFP/Getty)

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The Richard Quinn show at London Fashion Week was a sight to behold.

Thousands of flowers lined the Victorian-tiled runway, as dancers in latex bondage suits moved almost as gracefully as the models.

But what caught our eye were, well, the eyes of the models – which popped with 70s-inspired pastel colours – courtesy of MAC. cosmetics.

In fact, this makeup is setting the trend for spring, with a soft but fun colour palette you can pull off without the catwalk.

If you want to know how to look like the models, we’ve uncovered all the details on the products and brushes used.

MAC makeup artist Carly Utting has given us a step-by-step guide, to ensure we can create these fun looks for our spring engagements.

A model gets ready in the backstage prior to the Richard Quinn's Autumn/Winter 2023 fashion show collection on the second day of the London Fashion Week, in London, on February 18, 2023. (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES / AFP) / RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE (Photo by ISABEL INFANTES/AFP via Getty Images)

A model gets ready in the backstage prior to the Richard Quinn’s show (Picture: ISABEL INFANTES/AFP via Getty Images)

She said: ‘To create the looks seen on the models backstage at Richard Quinn, the key products are Hyper Real Serumizer, Face And Body foundation, Cream Eyeshadows and of course the new Richard Quinn X MAC collection.’

The first step is to prep the skin.

Carly said prepare the skin by massaging 2/3 pumps of Hyper Real Serumiser into the face. This plumps and evens the skin, ready for your foundation.

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Next up is foundation.

Using a 188s brush (or a flat-topped brush you have at home), softly layer and

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