Draping, the New Technique in the World of Make-up
Not a single fashion show or photo shoot went on without the "draping" technique, but after his death, this technique had fallen into complete oblivion. As Visnjic shares, the reason why this technique made a comeback is because designer Marc Jacobs remembered it, and decided to add it to his beauty collection with a blush - Air Soft Glow Blush Duo, which can give you the perfect "draping". The blush is made of two colors and gives an illuminating effect. The darker shade in the packaging, Ivana Visnjic recommends using it on the cheekbone edges, and at the very top use lighter shades that will soften the sharper lines of the blush. Visnjic also suggests applying just a touch of blush at the end of the eyebrow area. Some beauty experts believe that it is acceptable to put a slight mark on the chin, but others aren’t so sure that Bandy would’ve approved this move. There are many photographs available that perfectly show how the draping technique should look like.
Many ladies quickly embraced this trend, including Visnjic and it soon became a fine art of her daily make up routine. Today, you can find a number of similar products on the market, for a lower price, and you can easily try out the "draping" technique at home. In addition to a proper color shade palette, you will also need and a larger brush to apply it, and a lot of patience. It seems that this technique has quickly thrown contouring off the map, and put "draping" in the forefront.