Rooney Mara W Magazine 4 Decades of Fashion Collaboration

fab fourHello Guys & Dolls!

As I type this I’m frantically running around like a crazy person trying to last minute pack for my trip to IMATS LA!!! I’ve never flown so I just want to be sure that everything fits & is TSA approved yadda yadda… I’m nervous about flying in general but when I think about them confiscating my beauty products…goosebumps!

Today I’m sharing with you a collaboration series with 3 fabulous makeup artists, my friends Heather, Dawn and Angie. In the November Issue of W Val Garland celebrated 4 decades of makeup on 4 of the moment actresses. We’ve teamed up to recreate the 4 looks featured. I hope you enjoy these editorial looks, and will check out the other 3 looks!

We are going to be a foursome at this year’s IMATS LA so watch out for us if you’ll be there.

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What I used

Tarte Perfecting Primer

Illamasqua Skinbase in White & 3.5

MAC Prolongwear Concealers in nw15 & nc45

MAC Emote Blush

Cover FX e0 foundation powder

Lorac Unzipped Palette

Clinique High Impact Curling Mascara

OCC Lip Tars in NSFW & RX

MAC LipMix in Black




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20 thoughts on “Rooney Mara W Magazine 4 Decades of Fashion Collaboration

  1. Dannie Ximenes

    You’re so talented and gorgeous, Cora!
    Your lip tars mix looked pretty like the newest OCCs one, Black Dahlia. Were you inspired by this one?
    Kisses from a Brazilian fan! ^-^

  2. Dorothy

    You look amazing – totally channeling Rooney Mara! I am in awe of your talent as well as creativity. Can’t wait for more.
    Have fun in LA!!!

  3. Sylvia

    You look ABSOLUTELY STUNNING in the pictures! I loved the tutorial and I just love how you did the makeup. I hope you have fun at IMATS! I’ve never been but I wish I could go!

  4. Cyxx

    I love this look. Minus the severe contouring (I’m not that brave) it’s actually very wearable. Excellent job! Hope you had fun at IMATS.

    1. Cora (vintageortacky) Post author

      You really ought to try some heavy gave me a different attitude and it was fun “being someone else”


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