Get ready to pen this down as makeup artists from New York Fashion Week teach you how to reproduce runway hair and beauty looks from the recent shows.
At Richard Chai's show, Maybelline makeup artist James Kaliardos created a 'futuristic highlight look' to complement the romantic yet angular prints of the collection. He starts with a base of BB cream, adding taupe Color Tattoo product under the eye, dabbing mascara at the roots of the lashes, and finishes with two tones of soft pink on the lips.
Nail supremo Deborah Lippmann created bespoke manicures for each model featuring color accents from the collection. Makeup was provided by Neil Scibelli, who worked a 1950s-style mirrored cat eye in black and white. Tommy Bucket, on hair duties, teased the models' locks into chic top-knots using Surfer Putty product and bobby pins.
Bob Recine created a slicked back hair look that appears "wet, shower-like in the front," but that flows back more cleanly on the back of the head. Use a mousse and a gel in the front to give a "wet-set" appearance with the combed back lines of hair following the lines of the face.
Source: The Sun Daily