1. Parting Ways
As to not complete with Wang's rough 'n' tough collection, Guido Palau for Cutler/Redken Salons created a clean style featuring a sleek center part with hair tucked behind the models' ears and flowing, natural-textured locks. "It's easy, but precise," he explains. "Simplicity can be very stylized."
2. Power Products
To create this minimalistic 'do, Guido coated the models' roots with Redken Satinwear 02 Ultimate Blow-Dry Lotion to control the strands at the crown. He then used Redken Outshine 01 Anti-Frizz Polishing Milk on their loose manes to emphasize the hair's organic movement.
3. Girls Will Be Boys
In usual Wang fashion, the makeup was not about looking fussy and romantic. Rather, Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics complemented the designer's edgy garb with an androgynous mug. She framed the models' faces with straight, squarish eyebrows.
4. Bare Beauties
While the only makeup Kendal used was sculpting cream (on the cheekbones and eye creases), highlighter (on the tops of the cheeks, brow bones, and down the center of the nose), and a thin line of eyeliner, we suggest adding on a bit more to enhance your features. A few swipes of brown mascara and rose lip stain will do the trick!
5. Flesh Fingers
To reflect his muted, futuristic collection, Jin Soon for Sally Hansen and Wang collaborated to create a beige-tan nail polish. "It's called Bandage," says Soon, "The name shows off his sense of humor!" According the manicure pro, the tan (rather than pink) undertones makes it modern, and the neutral hue works on all skin shades.
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