1. Get Dangerous.
"It's my first time working with the brand and in the past, they've always done a clean look. I wanted to make the girl a bit more dangerous, more rock and roll," explained TIGI hairstylist Paul Hanlon. "I was inspired by Debbie Harry and Studio 54. We're making the girl look edgy and punkier." He sprayed hair with salt spray to make it look a few days old and did a low side part, tucking strands behind the ears.
"It's like an exaggerated Kate Mossthat effortlessly cool girl," said Hanlon. He wanted hair to look "fabric-like" and achieved the effect with a ton of hair spray (our noses will attest!). He sprayed the front of the hair liberally and hit it with a hairdryer to "almost make it melt. When the girls walk down the runway, I want the fringe over their eyes to stay very stiff."
3. Hat Hair.
Hanlon and team pressed a tight-knit net (think fishnets) over the models' hair and sprayed the heck out of it. "It gives the idea that she had a hat on. The hair's stuck down and maybe looks a little sweaty." You heard it here firsthat hair's in for spring!
4. Simply Gorgeous.
"The girl should look very easy and futuristic. The collection is very colorful, so we kept the makeup subtle," said Revlon's Gucci Westman. "He got the most beautiful girls for the show, so my job was just to make them look gorgeous." To keep everything natural, she did a tiny hint of color on the cheeks and mixed Revlon's Fashion's Night Pout with a dab of foundation to mute the shade.
5. Shine On.
Westman wanted the skin to be slightly metallic, so she used Revlon's pearlescent Age Defying Spa Face Illuminator on areas that would get some natural highlighting, like the upper cheekbones. "It's not so pretty on the T-zone."
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