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Make-Up: Pat McGrath.
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One of Donatella Versace’s signatures is her smoky eye, but this season the designer and makeup guru Pat McGrath decided it was time to inject some color and brighten up. “We’re keeping it sexy but giving it a much lighter feel with pale, shimmery greens, using the same tone for every girl,” the face painter noted backstage before the show. “It’s much more romantic but still a little tough.” Continuing her thought, mane master Guido Palau added: “It’s about natural hair but very rock ’n’ roll and a little ’70s in a way—really cool couture.” The pro left strands long and loose, then roughed them up with Redken Wind Blown texturizing spray. “They look like beautiful nymphs in gorgeous dresses with headbands,” he said. Speaking in chorus, the duo noted that once they saw the collection anchored by those leafy crowns, it instantly sealed the feel of their final beauty look: “It’s healthy, beautiful skin that glows to perfection,” explained McGrath of the high-fashion fairies who floated down the orchid-strewn runway. Based on high-gloss platform boots, thigh-grazing slits, and skin-baring cutouts, however, we have a feeling these otherworldly nymphs have a naughty side.

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Pretty and pure were two of the key words Raf Simons mentioned in discussing the Dior Couture beauty look with makeup maestro Peter Philips. But the notion was actually more nuanced than that; Hieronymus Bosch’s famous triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights was also in the mix—lending am element of darkness to the rather angelic concept. “You’ve got innocence, sin, and punishment all together there,” said Philips of the prominent piece of art. The result was Botticelli girl-meets-the “glow of sin.” The pro based models’ complexions with Diorskin Star Foundation and added a quick sweep of apricot-hued Diorshow Mono Eyeshadow in Pareo (a shade available only in Europe). “Botticelli [women] don’t wear mascara or liner,” Philips pointed out of the intentionally undefined eyes and lashes. On lips, he applied Dior Addict Lip Maximizer in Pink for a glossy finish. The magic touch—the actual “glow of sin”—didn’t go on until just before the girls stepped onto the catwalk. “It’s a professional product [consisting] of just purified glycerin,” he said, brandishing the unmarked white tube. “It’s not pearly like normal glycerin, and it’s not greasy, it just sits nicely on the skin. You tap it onto the face and eyelids to make them nice and shiny,” he explained. The effect was more of a gentle glisten than a detectable highlight: “She doesn’t sweat, she glows,” said Philips. (We’d expect nothing less from the Dior woman wearing couture.).

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The Botticelli reference was present, though not literal, for the hair. “I think the set and the clothes really needed hair that looks very natural, with a little bit of wave,” noted Guido Palau, who employed Redken Fashion Waves sea salt spray to encourage natural movement. “With all these beautiful, rich fabrics, designers are asking for a bit of softness to the girl,” he said. “There’s something about real beauty at the moment—even if we’re using extensions for almost all of the girls—in that it has to look natural, clean, and romantic. No hairspray—nothing. The minute hair starts looking fake, it’s all wrong.” Similar to the virginal dresses that floated down the runway atop dazzling platform sandals, this pared-down package (at least from the neck up) was all about ease.

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Giambattista Valli
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To be honest, it’s quite raw,” offered Eugene Souleiman of the perfectly imperfect copper-wash ponytails at Giambattista Valli Couture. Getting such a simple effect is trickier than it appears: “It’s kind of pulled back at the sides for a more boyish effect,” he explained, reaching for words to describe his technique before concluding, “It should feel like it’s been done with hands, rather than being wrapped around a curling iron. It has to feel real.” Souleiman used Wella’s Dry Me dry shampoo to add texture before using a sherbet-colored spray that mirrored the fluoro orange finale gown. “It’s not hard to do, but it’s one of those things where you have to have a feeling for it,” he said. “Doing nothing is hard—you either have the feeling or you don’t. You can teach technique, but you can’t teach feeling. It’s quite personal.”

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“The makeup is very real and simple,” noted makeup pro Val Garland backstage before the show. To conjure modern-day Talitha Gettys, she distilled the beauty look down to three elements: perfect skin, a sweep of eyeliner, and a “cellophane lip.” For models’ complexions, she reached for MAC Mineralize Timecheck Lotion, Matchmaster foundation, concealer, and sometimes a tinted moisturizer to lend a lighter finish. To anyone wondering how to keep that band of black from smudging: “I’m using [Fluidline in] Blacktrack and black cream liner—sometimes both, with the cream liner on top—and it just stays put,” she said. For lips, Garland employed MAC Plushglass in Ample Pink and blended it with Mixing Medium Shine for a glossy pout that played off the hits of metallic raffia on the runway.

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Make-Up: Linda Cantello.
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I like to break the rules,” said makeup artist Linda Cantello backstage at Armani Privé’s Fall ’15 Couture show. “Why do we have to wear red or dark burgundy lips in the winter? Why can’t we wear shocking pink?” The maquillage master demonstrated quite clearly that you can pull off this nearly neon shade, whether you’re wearing a blazer or a full-on feather ball gown—and the Armani customer will, no matter the temperature outside. “It’s about a woman who owns it,” added the pro. The short black wigs styled by Roberta Bellazzi called for equally bold brows, which Cantello emphasized with a blend of Giorgio Armani Beauty Eye & Brow Maestro in 1 (black) and 13 (platinum). A bespoke blush—a mix of Crema Nuda and pink pigment—lent a “healthy” flush to models’ complexions, while the house’s Eye Tint in 7 and 12 were smudged around lash lines for definition. “We couldn’t do a lip and no eye,” said the face painter. (Apparently, there is at least one rule she’s willing to uphold.) The pièce de résistance—the loud mouth—came courtesy of the forthcoming Ecstasy Lacquer in Maharajah (on shelves in September). Fingertips and toes were painted with a coordinating polish dubbed Shocking—a hue whipped up backstage in the portable Armani Runway Lab. Newcomer Emmy Krüger, a model who racked up an impressive list of shows (Dior, Giambattista Valli, Chanel, and Armani Privé) for her first season out, remarked of the runway look: “It’s not a haircut I’ll do in my spare time, but it feels nice to go for it for one day!” That pink pout, however, is something every woman can work on the regular. For those not willing to wait for the long-wear, lipstick-balm-gloss hybrid to launch, we suggest swiping on Rouge D’Armani Sheer Lipstick in 508 from the Bright Ribbon collection for a quick hit of color. “Maybe pink is the new red,” proclaimed Cantello prior to the designer’s parade of fuchsia on the catwalk. Now that’s the kind of bold statement we’re more than willing to back up.

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Middle parts. Half-up hair. Braids. Accessories. We’ve seen them all at one point or another on the Valentino runway. Today’s couture show in Rome’s Piazza Mignanelli combined all the aforementioned elements into one standing-ovation-worthy look. Guido Palau’s backstage creations stayed true to the show’s “Mirabilia Romae” theme, as models’ strands were twisted around ornate gold crowns (reminiscent of the coveted tiaras crafted for Spring ’15) adorned with gilded starbursts, animals, insects, and dramatic peacock feathers. Loose, romantic waves were tempered with low-slung plaits that grazed the middle of catwalkers’ backs. In tandem with Pat McGrath’s touches of pearly highlighter and luminescent skin that glowed under Italy’s setting sun, the result was fit for a Roman empress…or red-carpet royalty like Gwyneth Paltrow seated in the front row. “[The designers] really have a way of conjuring up all the things that women want,” Palau once said of Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, and tonight’s enchanting, head-to-toe package was no exception. Fashion’s tough-to-impress crowd agreed—as Style.com’s Nicole Phelps remarked on Instagram, it’s rare to see the elite spring to their feet…and not make a hasty exit postshow. Here in the beauty department, we were also clapping—and not just for the breathtaking gowns that mirrored togas and Roman armor in shape, but for the wondrous display of so many Valentino beauty signatures effortlessly intertwined from the neck up.

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Maison Margiela Artisanal
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With John Galliano at the helm, the house of Margiela is never one to play it safe, especially when it comes to beauty—and today’s show was no exception. Face painter Pat McGrath devised a slew of looks that kept pace with the designer’s sculptural silhouettes and vivid hits of color. Molly Bair, Maja Salamon, and mariée Irina Liss took the white liner trend one step further with pearly, painted-on eye masks made to look like delicate netting, while fellow catwalkers Magdalena Jasek and Eva Berzina wore a single swatch of paint reminiscent of torn fabric. The other directional was much more chromatic: Exaggerated cat-eye shapes done in striking Yves Klein blue surrounded models’ eyes, while Barbora Bruskova and Anna Grostina sported geometric cobalt cutouts expertly adhered from temple to temple. And male model John Whiles walked the runway with a dramatic cornflower pout and matching turban. (For those not willing to go to extremes, a quick swipe of sapphire or ivory liner transforms your look from basic to bold.) Perhaps the most wearable maquillage on the runway, however, was Katya Ledneva’s ombré pout done in vampy burgundy and blood red.

Instead of hiding bobby pins from view, hair pro Eugene Souleiman put the spotlight on the utilitarian accessories by using them to form neat rows and pinwheels (as seen on Bair, Bruskova, and Sora Choi), hold a cylindrical bun in place, or create the impression of hair via multiple layers of pins that started at the forehead and extended back on catwalker Marte Mei van Haaster. Meanwhile, select models’ angular wigs were scattered with Yayoi Kusama-esque polka dots.

While we don’t have plans to stamp a sleek bob with circles or show up to the office wearing an abstract palm leaf print anytime soon, we are compelled to defy convention—even if that only entails swapping our black liner for Yves Klein blue or artfully adding an extra bobby or two.

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When Karl Lagerfeld creates computer-designed couture, in what direction do you go for hair? Sculptural? Simple? Neither—the Kaiser tells you, of course. “Karl sent me, as usual, a sketch of a very specific, sharply angled bob, which he felt perfectly accentuated his designs,” said mane master Sam McKnight. “We went to work in the studio, cutting and shaping dark wigs into slightly different lengths and angles.” The end result was a “wig hat,” a “slightly futuristic accessory” we saw the French house call upon at the Resort show in Seoul. Lagerfeld’s only caveat: No blonds. “Even the blond girls were to have a dark wig, which I readily embraced,” said McKnight. The pro swept hair high and tight at the crown to exaggerate the precise cut, but revealed a triangle of models’ hair near the forehead to “soften the effect.” Makeup artist Tom Pecheux exaggerated arches and carved out cheekbones with bold strokes of bright color, polishing off pouts with matte lipstick in rich mauve or striking cherry. And like the sharp, etched-on blush reminiscent of the ’80s (arguably one of beauty’s worst decades), French manicures done in black and white recalled the same decade (and perhaps the storied brand’s classic ballerinas with black toe caps). Only Chanel can make cosmetic concepts once deemed wrong feel so right.

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