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15-09-2011
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Marc by Marc Jacobs
Makeup: Dick Page
Hair: Guido Palau








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“Pretty 101,” Backstage At Marc By Marc Jacobs
September 13, 2011 7:53 pm


All of last season’s starkly bare faces are officially brightening up—or so it seemed backstage at Marc by Marc Jacobs makeup artist Dick Page was conducting a class on what he called “Pretty 101.” Keeping his color palette of golds and pinks transparent, the Shiseido artistic director had one objective before models hit the runway: “Don’t send them out ugly.” Suffice it to say, mission accomplished. Building a custom-blended flushed cheek using Shiseido Luminizing Satin Face Color in Petal diffused with its Luminizing Satin Face Color in Soft Beam Gold, Page slicked a dollop of its emollient Benefiance Full Correction Lip Treatment across eyes for lids that glistened. “I’m obsessed with animation on the face,” Page admitted, which is presumably why he insisted on doing every single blush application himself. Brows were Page’s other point of pride, as he filled in arches using gentle brush strokes of his new-for-Fall Shimmering Cream Eye Color in shades like Sable, a warm taupe and Caviar, a shimmering black. “I’m not crazy about powders or pencils,” Page said of those other brow enhancers. “I like my brows to have a little shine to them.”

Redken creative consultant Guido Palau looked no further than himself to find his inspiration for the show: “This is no word of a lie when I tell you that Marc wanted Guido in the nineties,” Palau said, alluding to his nascent days in the biz. “When I started doing shows, it was about recreating something that could be very easy with something that was more complicated,” which is exactly what Palau did for Jacobs, prepping hair with Redken Satinwear 02 Ultimate Blow Dry Lotion and creating a newfangled ponytail. Gathering strands and wrapping them with an elastic, Palau folded the style upward, securing it with a long silver Goody barrette before flipping the lengths back over the base of the ponytail and securing them around the mid-section with another silver clasp. The tips that poked out above the neck were left slightly “spiky,” while the taught front section was treated to a slight sheen with Redken Glass 01 Smoothing Serum. “There’s a lot of shine around this season,” Palau pointed out—presumably referencing his own handiwork one more time.
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Donna Karan
Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury
Hair: Eugene Souleiman
Nails: Deborah Lippmann









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by Catherine Piercy

THE CREDITS:
Hair, Eugene Souleiman for Wella
Makeup: Charlotte Tilbury for M.A.C.
Nails, Deborah Lippmann for Deborah Lippmann


THE LOOK:

MAKEUP: “A kind of sexy, sporty Yasmin le Bon,” said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury of the inspiration behind the dark, squared-off brows, softly sculpted cheekbones, and envelope-pushing chocolate lips she gave models backstage.

HAIR:
You could practically hear the swoosh of hairstylist Eugene Souleiman’s extreme, mesh-bound ponytails as they grazed the back of Karan’s Haitian-inspired print dresses on their way down the runway. “Dead straight, glossy, and incredibly strong,” he said of the look, which took a cue from “the regalness of African women”—and the overt sensuality of eighties supermodels.

NAILS:
Short, dark, burgundy-on-the-brink-of-black lacquer on hands and feet.

THE TOOLS:

SKIN: “There’s a juxtaposition between shine and matte going on in the face,” said Tilbury. The taupe-colored contour cream (M.A.C. Cream Colour Base in Sepia) she used to sculpt cheekbones sat in high contrast to the silvery white luminizer (M.A.C. Cream Colour Base in Luna) she pressed into the skin at the outer corners of the eyes and across the lids. For a hint of neorealism, Tilbury created a “smattering” of freckles across the bridge of the nose with a neutral brown crayon (M.A.C. Lip Pencil in Hodgepodge).

EYES:
“Thicker, darling!” said Tilbury, cheerfully instructing one of her team members to bulk up a model’s brows with more pencil (M.A.C. Eye Brows in Fling). “It’s that bushy eighties thing!”

LIPS: Tilbury filled in the mouth with the deepest, darkest brown pigment she could find (M.A.C. Pro Longwear Lip Pencil in Bittersweet), then dabbed matching cream lipstick (a mixture of M.A.C. Pro Lipstick in Full Chocolate and Most Mocha) on top. To set the color in place, she blotted it with a translucent powder. “Shine feels old these days,” she declared. “It’s got to be a matte lip.”

HAIR: “For hair this sleek, you want liquid cement,” said Souleiman, who misted the crown of the hair with Wella Stay Styled Finishing Spray before scraping it back into a tight ponytail at the center of the head and adding in waist-length extensions. After cutting them blunt across the bottom, he gave the length of the hair “a plasticized sheen” using clouds of Wella Shimmer Delight Shine Spray, and then fastened the base with an elongated strip of black mesh fabric.

NAILS: Deborah Lippmann’s Just Walk Away Renée (originally created in collaboration with Renée Zellweger) took a cue from the dark overtones of Tilbury’s prettily twisted lip.
Source: vogue.com, vogue.it

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Narciso Rodriguez
Makeup: Dick Page
Hair: Eugene Souleiman
Nails: Deborah Lippmann








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THE CREDITS:
Makeup, Dick Page for Shiseido
Hair, Eugene Souleiman for Wella Professionals
Nails, Deborah Lippmann



THE LOOK:

MAKEUP: “There’s a lot of color—in the hair and in the clothes—so the makeup is very monochromatic,” said Dick Page, who held out his hand to reveal various mauve-y brown shades he had blended.

THE HAIR:
“The hair looks as though the girl is moving very fast. It’s like she’s cycling, for instance,” Eugene Souleiman said of the slicked-back, spray-painted coifs—a continuation of New York’s brightly colored hair trend that appeared theatrical and bold, yet minimal all at once.

THE TOOLS:

ON EYES:
Page used the occasion to test-drive a new, as-yet-unnamed matte-brown cream eye shadow base from Shiseido, which he brushed on the lids and swiped gently underneath the eyes. He continued his custom blending for the brows, too, using three Shimmering Cream Eye Colors—Caviar, Sable, and Leather—to fill in the natural arch. “Not super-strong, but there,” he said, adding a touch of clear gloss on top for a “tiny bit of sheen.”

ON LIPS:
Page made a connection between the lips and the eyes by mixing a touch of the brown eye-color base with Shiseido’s Shimmering Rouge Lipstick in RD713 Discretion, a sheer mauve.

ON HAIR: Souleiman created the sleek, wind-blown look by pulling back and tightly wrapping hair into an envelope-like fold centered vertically on the back of the head. He used Wella Professionals Stay Essential Finishing Spray to hold the style in place, and a dose of the brand’s Perfect Setting/Wet to preserve the slick factor in the front. Models like Karolina Kurkova waited patiently for Souleiman to spray their hair in electrifying shades of white, yellow, blue, purple, or orange (with Kryolan Color Spray), oftentimes choosing the color to match Rodriguez’s respective runway looks.

ON NAILS:
Deborah Lippmann introduced a soft-gray polish, created in collaboration with Rodriguez, called Waking Up in Vegas. The creamy, putty shade went on fingers and toes, followed by a high-gloss topcoat. According to Lippmann, “Gray is not going away. It’s definitely the new sheer pink.”
Source: vogue.com, gorunway.com


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Reed Krakoff
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Hair: Guido Palau






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THE CREDITS:
Makeup, Diane Kendal for M.A.C.
Hair, Guido Palau for Redken


THE LOOK:
THE MAKEUP: “It’s very fresh, very spring,” said Diane Kendal,referring to a nearly nude face punctuated by soft pops of pink on the apples of the cheeks. “We tried more colors at first, but it was fighting too much with the collection. This really balances it all.”

THE HAIR: In creating a look that oozed simple, come-undone perfection, Guido Palau acknowledged the “easy sophistication” of Krakoff’s clothing and the woman he dresses: “She’s not downtown, but she’s not way uptown,” he said. “It’s different from hair you see at the European collections—American fashion is about sportswear, and this look is very much about New York. It’s definitely something wearable, as opposed to photographic.”

THE TOOLS:
ON SKIN: To set the stage for flushed, peachy-pink cheeks, Kendal prepped the skin with M.A.C. Skincare Lightful Charged Essence, a concentrated serum, followed by Matchmaster SPF Foundation. She blended M.A.C. Powder Blush in Immortal Flower and Love Cloud on the apples, contoured with M.A.C Sculpt and Shape in Bone Beige, and highlighted with Iridescent Loose Powder in Silver Dusk.

ON EYES: Lids had the thinnest trace of M.A.C. Pro Creme Eye Liner in Black, growing thicker toward the outer corners. On tightly curled top lashes, Kendal applied M.A.C. False Lash Mascara in Black, and then a smudge of soft brown shadow, M.A.C. Matte Eye Shadow in Wedge, in the crease. She played up brows as a focal point, filling in and shading with a slanted brush and brown eye shadow. “I think for spring it’s really about a defined brow and a natural, gorgeous face,” she said.

ON LIPS: Kendal was loving the subtleness of M.A.C.’s Tinted Lipglass in C-Thru. “It still has some color,” she said, dabbing at a lustrous nude swatch on the back of her hand.

ON HAIR: “Reed chose it,” Palau said of the black leather hair tie he used to gently secure a very low, delicate ponytail. “It gives a different dimension.” Before blow-drying, Palau worked in Redken Satinwear 02, a low-hold blow-dry lotion to soften the hair. A few quick sprays of Redken Nature’s Rescue Radiant Sea Spray added texture—and a fresh scent—to the ponytail.

Source: vogue.com

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3.1 Phillip Lim
Makeup: Francelle Daly
Hair: Odile Gilbert





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THE CREDITS:

Makeup: Francelle Daly for NARS
Hair: Odile Gilbert for Kérastase
Nails: Angie Wingle for CND

THE LOOK:
MAKEUP:
“I was inspired by Phillip’s use of kites throughout the collection, the way they move,” said makeup artist Francelle Daly, whose graphic silver arcs of color along the upper eyelids recalled a wayward kite tail curved in mid-flight. For balance, she kept the rest of the face as “soft, fragile, and sophisticated” as one of the designer’s shredded, paper-fine blouses or airy pastel windbreakers.

HAIR: Models Hanne Gaby Odiele and Julia Nobis fanned themselves frantically in the hot backstage space—which only added to the windblown effect of Odile Gilbert’s appealingly haphazard knots.

THE TOOLS:
SKIN: To create the appearance of fresh, youthful skin, Daly used NARS’ forthcoming Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer. “It’s got SPF in it,” said Daly—something Lim’s sporty girl might appreciate come spring. She dabbed the company’s Copacabana Illuminator on the cheekbones, bridge of the nose, and bow of the lip for more glow.

EYES: Seven days into Fashion Week, “we’re neutralizing any redness in the eyes first,” said Daly of lining the inner lids with a neutral beige pencil (NARS Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Rue Bonaparte). She traced a gleaming metallic line above the crease of the eyelids using a combination of NARS Night Life Eyeshadow and a silvery shade from the company’s Paris Duo palette. “To contrast the hard metal against the romance of full, girlish lashes,” she swiped on six fine coats of NARS Larger Than Life Volumizing Mascara.

LIPS: Daly dabbed concealer onto the lips to erase their natural tone, then patted on NARS’ bright-pink Gaeity blush (also new for spring) for a feminine hint of color.

HAIR: Gilbert blew hair straight using Kérastase Fibre Architecte (coming out next month). “It’s a conditioner and a styling cream in one, so it makes the hair very smooth.” After tying it (quite literally) into a slightly messy low knot, she pulled out small pieces along the crown, then pinned them one by one to the back of the head, leaving the impression that a sudden breeze had whipped them astray.

NAILS: “We’re calling it a raincoat of color,” said Angie Wingle of the transparent pink polish (hand-mixed by pouring several drops of CND Raspberry Parfait polish into the company’s Speedy Top Coat) she painted onto hands and feet. “It’s just meant to enhance the natural color of the nail bed.”
Source: vogue.com

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Proenza Schouler
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Hair: Paul Hanlon







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THE CREDITS:
Makeup: Diane Kendal for M.A.C
Hair: Paul Hanlon for Frédéric Fekkai
Nails: Shari Gottesman for Perfect Formulas


THE LOOK:
MAKEUP: If Jack McCollough and Lazaro Hernandez were influenced by the work of modernist architect Pietro Belluschi for spring, then models’ spare, well-constructed faces, too, were a masterful study in form. “There’s a bit of a starkness to it,” Diane Kendal said of the squared-off, structural brows and softly sculpted cheekbones. “But it’s still that Proenza idea of something androgynous and also quite sexy.”

HAIR: “We looked at a lot of pictures of Elvis before the show. There’s a bit of a Teddy Boy thing going on with the hair, but it’s more organic, more deconstructed than that,” said Paul Hanlon, referencing the distinctive hairstyle embraced by the British 1950s rock ’n’ roll subculture. “Masculine-feminine. It’s almost like her dad went out for the night and she grabbed his old barbershop comb and went at her hair.” The shiny, slightly wet texture nodded to the gleaming finish of the designers’ ladylike eel-skin skirts, belts, and gloves.

THE TOOLS:
MAKEUP:
With a lineup of major faces in the mix—Karolina Kurkova and Liya Kebede amongst them—Kendal’s job was made easier. She dabbed M.A.C. Pro Longwear Concealer only where needed, then filled in the brows with an assortment of M.A.C. pencils and powders. “We’re just matching the girls’ own coloring, and making the shape slightly square, which is more boyish,” she said. Afterward, she dusted a soft taupe contour powder (M.A.C. Bone Beige Sculpting Powder) along the hollows of the cheeks. To keep the skin looking healthy, she finished by swirling a barely there haze of soft pink and peach (M.A.C. Powder blush in Immortal Flower and Love Cloud) onto the cheeks. “That’s it!” she exclaimed. “No mascara, no liner, just a dab of clear lip balm at the end.”

HAIR: "There’s an organic, deconstructed quality to the hair," said Hanlon, who doused it with Fekkai COIFF Océanique Tousled Wave Spray to give it a weathered texture. After working the company’s Coiff NonChalant Piecing & Foaming Wax onto the crown, he melted the product with the heat of a blow-dryer, and then raked a wide tooth comb through it. The effect,” said Hanlon, was to create “these prolonged grooves on the side of the head. It’s very groomed,” he said, before tying the ends into an undone, pulled-apart knot.

NAILS: Models’ clean, natural nails were a quiet compliment to the lineup of brightly colored raffia crewneck sweaters and circle skirts. Only a small handful of girls—Julia Nobis and Elsa Sylvan amongst them—got a coat of manicurist Shari Gottesman’s yellow polish in Pollen. “Bright but neutral, which is a hard balance to strike,” she said. “It’s meant to pick up on the saturated yellow and orange tones of the collection and in the bags.”
Source: vogue.com

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Thakoon
Makeup: Diane Kendal
Hair: Odile Gilbert






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THE CREDITS:

Makeup, Diane Kendal for NARS
Hair, Odile Gilbert for Kérastase

Nails, Kim D’Amato for NARS



THE LOOK:

MAKEUP:
Designer Thakoon Panichgul was inspired by both cowboys and the colorful looks worn by women in India for his richly patterned spring collection. “The makeup has the cowboy influence,” said Diane Kendal. This meant a tough brow—“not arched, but straight and quite masculine,” with minimal color on the face, except for a flush of pink on the apples of the cheeks. “The pink connects well to the colors in the collection and in the hair without being too dramatic,” Kendal said.

THE HAIR: The backstage area at the Plaza Hotel’s Grand Ballroom resembled an art room where students might have been spray-painting. “Don’t get too close!” warned an animated Odile Gilbert, holding up two blue hands. Anyone who did risked inhaling a cloud of clay powder she was peppering onto models’ heads. “Thakoon wanted color in the hair,” she explained. And color he got—blue, green, lilac, terra-cotta, and bright pink in different combinations on each girl’s textured bob (which was actually a variation of two French braids Gilbert pulled back and tucked into a messy chignon to create “the illusion of short hair”).

THE TOOLS:

ON SKIN:
“Nothing too shiny,” Kendal said, applying quick, downward brush strokes on the apples of models’ cheeks with NARS blush in Gaiety, a poppy new color for spring. A light dusting on the temples of the company’s bronzer in Laguna offered a touch of shimmer over the Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer.

ON EYES: Kendal applied the ecru portion of NARS’ Eyeshadow Duo in Portobello to the inner creases of the eyes and buffed the color out to create a subtle smoky effect. (She used a lighter shade, Blondie, for very fair-skinned models.) Then, she softly traced a rich chocolate-brown shadow, NARS Matte Eyeshadow in Bengali, under the bottom lash-line. Using a small shaping brush, she shaded eyebrows with a neutral taupe, NARS Matte Eyeshadow in Bali.

ON LIPS:
Kendal kept lips simple, adding a dot of lip balm over sheer beige pencil, NARS’ Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Belle de Jour.

ON HAIR: Gilbert has been using colored clay (specifically: a multipurpose organic clay powder, otherwise used as an ingestible stomach remedy) in her hair creations for years. For today’s show, she shipped a range of colors over from France, which she used to color the untidy chignons. First, to prep her canvas, she sprayed hair with Kérastase Volume Expansion Spray and worked in VolumActive Mousse to create a crunchy texture that would hold the powder. She dusted the loose powder into the intricately braided styles, and then, with a paintbrush, went over it with color of a different shade, which she had mixed with water to create a paste. “People always want to know, ‘Where is the drama?’ ” she said, paintbrush in hand. “Well, we have to wash all of this off after!” At the ready, postshow: rows of Kérastase Nutrative and Resistance shampoos and treatment masks.

NAILS: Thakoon’s India-inspired collection called for a premium gold on fingernails—“but not flashy,” said manicurist Kim D’Amato. One coat of NARS polish in Versailles did the trick.

Source: vogue.it, vogue.com

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Vera Wang
Makeup: Lucia Pieroni
Hair: Orlando Pita





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At Vera Wang, Lucia Pieroni’s inspiration for the makeup came from “an uptown girl who just got back from a desert music festival,” which translated to a dusty, free-spirited look.

Pieroni, working with Clé de Peau at the show, applied Clé de Peau Cream Foundation to the skin. Next, she applied light and medium brown shades from her spring 2012 Eye Color Quad all around the eye and on the brow bone, growing lighter near the brow bone. She skipped mascara, but curled lashes. Next, Pieroni applied Luminizing Face Enhancer in Gold on the cheekbones and nose, and finished with Honey Nuts Enriched Lip Luminizer, a pale caramel, on the lips.

Orlando Pita, working with Spirulina by Byron Williams products, wanted a “simple, organic beauty who looks like she just got out of the water.” To achieve this, he made a middle part, brushed hair and pinned it at the nape, finishing with hair spray and plenty of serum to the bottom part of the hair to make it appear wet
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Derek Lam
Makeup: Tom Pecheux
Hair: Orlando Pita






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Richard Neutra’s modernistic architecture provided the inspiration for the beauty looks at Derek Lam’s runway show on Sunday.

“We wanted to translate that architectural vibe into the makeup, with a California-meets-East Coast finish,” said Tom Pecheux, working for Estée Lauder at the show (he is also Lauder’s creative makeup director.) How to translate that? A striking eye design. To start, Pecheux used Lauder’s Double Wear Concealer Stay-in-Place Flawless Wear Concealer SPF 10, launching in March, to provide a flawless canvas. He followed with Pure Color blush in a pink hue, launching in February, as well as the limited edition Gelée Bronzer. Next came the eye design: the yellow shadow from a Pure Color EyeShadow Palette that will launch in January, complemented by Pure Color Cyber Eyes Collection shades in Cyber Copper and Cyber Green. Pecheux added Sumptous Extreme Mascara in Extreme Copper, then applied Pure Color Gloss in Citron Kiss, a pale gold, to the lips. He finished with a dusting of Lucidity Translucent Powder.

Jin Soon Choi, also working for Estée Lauder at the show, polished nails in Pure Color Nail Lacquer in Nude Attitude, a shade only available in select international markets, not including the U.S.

Orlando Pita, working with T3 and Phyto for Beauty.com at the show, interpreted Neutra for the hair with a side part and a ponytail — “simple, organic lines,” he explained. Pita made his side part, then used Phyto’s Volum Actif mousse, Phyto 7 Leave-In Conditioner and a T3 Featherweight Luxe for sheen and control. Next came T3’s Single Pass flatiron to make hair ruler-straight. Pita then spritzed hair with Phyto Professional Workable Holding Spray and pulled hair back into a low ponytail, finishing with Phyto Professional Shine Defining Wax.
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Nicole Miller
Makeup: James Kaliardos
Hair: Kevin Ryan



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For Nicole Miller’s spring collection, James Kaliardos, lead artist for MAC Cosmetics, channeled the early Eighties and effortlessly glam stars like Lauren Hutton. “It’s healthy and beautiful, darling,” said Kaliardos, who a used a “reddish brown” shade from MAC’s not-yet-launched Pro Palette in Cup of Joe to create a “warm smoky” eye, by smudging it into the creases and lower lash lines. He then defined top lashes with Opulash Optimum Mascara. “It’s about being put together but natural,” said Kaliardos. Cheeks were “sunken out à la Faye Dunaway,” with blush being applied “low” on the face and slightly “off-center.” Pro Longwear Lip Pencil in Nice ’n’ Spicy was then applied on the entire lip and Lip Conditioner SPF 15 was dabbed on to keep things feeling fresh. “It’s completely the opposite of dark or dead,” said Kaliardos. “It’s a girl who just went running, or is returning from a safari.”

Hair, styled by Kevin Ryan for Rsession Tools, was “simple” and had a “careless” feeling. The style featured a “slight bend” in the front, created with the help of a large-barreled curling iron, and ends were left straight. “The slight curl opens up the face,” said Ryan, who used plenty of Oribe Dry Texture spray throughout for an undone finish and “loose, gentle feel. It’s a young girl who doesn’t overtry,” added Ryan.
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Edun
Makeup: Lloyd Simmonds
Hair: Laurent Philippon








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“She’s a really cool girl that has traveled,” said Laurent Philippon, for Bumble and bumble, of this season’s inspiration. “Her hair looks like she’s been in the sun.” For Philippon, this translated into a modern straight hairstyle that was structured but soft. He began by massaging through hair a mixture of Bumble and bumble Prep, a conditioning spray, and Bumble and bumble Surf, a spray that mattifies and texturizes hair. After drying hair, Philippon took big sections and backcombed softly before using a flatiron. He emphasized how softly hair was teased, this adding to the “blurriness” and softness of the potentially dry-looking and “rock and roll” style. “She’s still a normal girl,” he explained, “she’s still beautiful. People will still want to be her.” To set the style, Philippon used Does It All, the lightest hair spray of the line.

For this “surfer goddess,” Lloyd Simmonds, for MAC Cosmetics, created a beauty look centered on “gorgeous skin that is fresh, fresh, fresh.” Skin was meant to look as though it was flushed from wind and sun exposure, and this “healthy glow” was achieved with MAC Cremeblend Blush in a combination of pinks, Brit Wit and Posie, on the places of the face where the sun would hit — anywhere from temples to cheekbones to the bridge of the nose. For that highlighted wet look, Simmonds used MAC Cream Colour Base in a mix of neutral shades Shell and Hush and to the eyes he applied his own creation of gold and metallic pigments mixed with a shine base for a “wet sparkly” look. MAC Lustre Drops were also used around the eyes to add to the luminous, sun-kissed look. Brown mascara was swept through lashes lightly to keep the look natural, and brows were kept clean but given a layer of concealer to give the impression of sea salt stuck in the hair.
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Badgley Mischka
Makeup: Tom Pecheux
Hair: Peter Gray






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Aiming for a glamorous woman with a manic side, i.e., Marilyn Monroe, Elizabeth Taylor and Rita Hayworth, beauty at Badgley Mischka took on several roles. Hair, by Peter Gray for Moroccanoil, was a dramatic and multitextured updo, channeling the volume and shape of sculptor Umberto Boccioni with tousled texture seen on Taylor in “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” To get the bold look, Gray separated hair in two sections, front and back, and created a textured French twist in the back using a blend of Moroccanoil Frizz Control and Moroccanoil Hydrating Styling Cream. Hair at the front of the head was set into tight curls and when released, tresses were sculpted and shaped with a wide-tooth comb into a flowing triangular shape and secured to the top of the French twist. Makeup, by Tom Pecheux for MAC, focused on glamour with strong bold brows, green metallic shadow swept beyond corners of eyes like wings and coral matte lips. Pecheux gave each model a beauty mark as a final touch. Nails by Deborah Lippmann were polished with Glamorous Life, a smooth satin pink inspired by a rose gold Rolex, which is due in salons this winter.
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Thank you very much for the full review, flyme2themoon and MulletProof I love New York this season!

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^ You're welcome and thank you for the extra photos! Obviously, no objections here!

I'm loving the matching lips and nails, which were reminiscent to Giles F/W 11.12 yet more brighter and suitable for spring/summer.


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Helmut Lang
Makeup: Lisa Butler
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"If you really think about makeup, all you're doing is blending. Airbrush is a lot quicker!" Cory Bishop explained about the show's Temptu-applied makeup. The look, designed by Lisa Butler, was "sporty chic" and barely noticeable (in a good way!). The eyebrows were the strongest feature, with each model getting a blonde touch-up, no matter the shade of her natural brows. "It's making the eyebrow more of an accessory—make them the color you want them to be."
Source: wwd.com (photos), realbeauty.com (quote)

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