1. Iron Ladies "The exaggerated silhouette of this show was inspired by the 1920s German Impressionist film, Metropolis," explains hairstylist Peter Gray who used Moroccanoil products to create this look. "So we decided to balance the collection's more structured lines with something light and airy." To prep coiffs, Gray curled models' strands with 3/8" and 1/2" curling irons in alternating directions to add randomness and movement to the hair. Then he set the coils with pins.
2. Brush Back Once the ringlets were pinned into place, Gray used a diffuser to "literally set the springs." Then, he "completely brushed out the curls, starting at the back, so they would dramatically expand outwards and upwards." To add shape, he pulled out random sections and backcombed and spritzed them with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray, before sculpting a smooth wave with the face-framing pieces, "which blends in nicely with the hair's fluffy texture."
3. Klimt-ed Up Referencing Gustav Klimt and a "Tim Burton girl," Tom Pecheux (using all MAC products) layered gradiating purple and burgundy huesthey got darker as they approached the lashline to emphasize the models' "Gothic-feeling eyes." To top off the look, he applied a subtle strip of gold along the lashes to play off of the brandy tones.
4. Poison Pouts "The rest of the face is simple except for the lips," explains Pecheux who layered deep merlot shades to create the melancholy pout.
5. French Fun "This nail look is a fun, easy take on a French manicure," explains manicurist Deborah Lippmann. Using an aubergine shade, called Dark Side of the Moon, on the base, she lined tips with a thin strip of shimmery golden lacquer, called Nefertiti. "The trick with DIY French manicures is to hold the brush in one place and rotate the nail," whispers Lippmann. What a good 'tip.'