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Make-Up: Pat McGrath.
Hair: Guido Palau.
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PARIS — “We’re talking about modern glamour,” Pat McGrath said backstage before the Atelier Versace show on Sunday night.

“Donatella (Versace) just really wanted a simple black eye – not layer upon layer upon layer,” the makeup artist explained. “She wanted sexy black eyes.”

McGrath used the Black Caviar gel liner pencil from her Phantom 002 makeup collection around models’ peepers, plus black eye gloss and oodles of mascara.

She made their skin appear fresh and highlighted, while lips remained nude.

“It’s very simple,” continued McGrath. “This is coming back again to strong makeup, but in a more wearable [way].”

She said the look was like something the models could do themselves.

“It is not the black eye of amazing, amazing skill,” she described. “It’s a much easier, fresh approach to glamour.”

Guido Palau gave a soft movement to models’ hair by creating bends in their tresses. “It’s not a bouncy curl,” he said.

To get the effect, he used a touch of Redken Wind Blown 05 Dry Finishing Spray and a large curling iron.
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PARIS — The makeup look for Dior’s couture show took a cue from a tradition that the late Christian Dior instigated years ago.
“He called it a ‘Coup de Trafalgar,’” explained Peter Philips, creative and image director for makeup at the house, describing how the designer, halfway through his fashion shows, used to send a model down the catwalk sporting a red dress — to awaken people and spice things up.
So Philips opted for the makeup equivalent, giving the models appearing midway through the couture show a vivid red mouth.
“I really build up a classical red lip,” he said.
To do so, Philips used Dior lip pencil Rouge Royal (number 952) and then applied a matte Diorific lipstick, called Fabuleuse (number 750).
He filled in models’ lips, took off excess color, mattified with some powder, added a second lipstick layer then softly faded out the edges. In the middle of models’ lips, he applied Prune Troublante pencil and Troublante lipstick for a tinge of wine color.
Otherwise, models’ eyes were the focus at the show. Those without the red mouths got lashes of three different types of Dior mascara — Diorshow Maximiser, black mascara and Iconic Overcurl Waterproof in noir — plus Pro liner waterproof black and the pearly part of the Escapade eye shadow palette for spring.
“It’s a beautiful pearlescent Champagne on the eyelid,” described Philips.
Each model’s face was treated with Diorskin Star number 10, Star Concealer number 0001 and Nude Air loose powder for a luminous effect.
For coifs, Guido Palau created what he called a “feminine updo,” which took the form of imperfect low-slung buns. He gave models a “messy side-part.”
“It’s a little bit punky, like how one might really just quickly throw her hair into a little knot, and all her layers are just hanging out,” he said.
Palau used Redken products, including Wind Blown 05 Dry Finishing Spray and Triple Take 32 Extreme High Hold Hairspray.
He said his brief was for something easy — yet chic.
“I think most designers are inspired by ease,” he said. “They don’t want anything to look like it’s been overworked. That feels not so modern.”
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“Hollywood glamour relooked” is how Linda Cantello, Giorgio Armani Beauty’s international makeup artist, described the look at Armani Privé’s spring 2016 couture show. “What’s made it modern is the fact that it’s a very brand new, shiny eyeliner.”

In fact, it is a product that was concocted especially for the show.

“Mr. Armani said he wanted a shiny liner, so we called the labs,” said Cantello.

The product was used close to models’ lash lines as well as along their eyelids’ top arcs, as was more the fashion in the Thirties or Forties than it is today.

“The lips are just dabbed on, it’s just this stain,” she continued. “It’s like a perfect lip.”

Otherwise, Cantello kept models’ skin natural looking, using products including the upcoming Armani Prima Glow-On Moisturizing Balm and Maestro Glow.

Inspiration for the wavy black hairstyles (each model wore an identical wig) was Greta Garbo and Mata Hari, said Orlando Pita. He used hairspray to make tresses shiny without a gelled effect.
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Call me old-fashioned, but I miss the super-dramatic hair & make-up in the HC shows.

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Call me old-fashioned, but I miss the super-dramatic hair & make-up in the HC shows.
Me too, this is boring

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