Subtle Summer

Trish McEvoy: Subtle Summer Makeup

Fashion

Trish McEvoy founded her company when the only makeup tools available were compact sponge applicators that people nowadays throw away. She changed the makeup game by hand-cutting paintbrushes into specific shapes designed for better makeup application. Her husband, dermatologist Dr. Ronald Sherman, helped pair his medical expertise with her passion for beauty and open up one of the nation’s first medi-spas. Many clients loved the experience and called demand to custom-made products. After years of creating innovative lines, Trish McEvoy is a household brand with essentials to master your favorite look.

Subtle SummerA year-round staple from Trish McEvoy is the Intense Gel Eyeliner, available in Black, Charcoal, Arabian Nights, and Deep Aubergine. The liner is intensely pigmented and glides on smoothly to the lashline or waterline for light definition to a subtle summer look. The product pairs high color payoff with strong staying power to combat the summer heat. The pencil applicator is great for those who love the wear of gel eyeliners, but don’t enjoy wasting dried up product or dealing with the hassle of an eyeliner brush. Even after a long day of wear, the product removes easily with a routine makeup remover.

Subtle SummerThe Trish McEvoy Essential Balm in either Gorgeous Pink or Gorgeous Coral is a quick- application holy grail for a “no-makeup” makeup look. It holds the moisturizing properties of a traditional lip balm with an additional hint of color. The lightweight formula packs a pop of cooling mint with light-reflective color to add fullness to the lips and enhance your natural complexion.

Subtle SummerThe Bronzer Golden Glamour is essential for accentuating a subtle summer glow. The formula’s smooth texture glides on and wears all day for a casual contour or all-over color. Translucent to the touch, the powder blends out for a natural all-over warmth that accommodates a variety of skin tones. You can even beat the summer heat with its incredible staying power.

By Andrea Garcia

Andrea is an incoming Sophomore at Fordham University. She currently serves as the Photo Editor of the Fordham Ram. She is also a student athlete on the Women's Rowing team. She is joining the Vue as a summer intern.