1. Military Corners.
After previewing the collection, lead makeup artist Tom Pecheux knew he wanted the face "super feminine but minimal. The clothes were very fluid and loose, but there's another part mixed in. It was really quite military, lots of structure and sharp, neat angles." The minimal look meant bare lashes: Pecheux never picked up a tube backstage.
2. Heavy Cream.
For the eyes, he used a creamy, metallic gold shadow all over the eyelid, extending it into the eyebrow and on the upper cheekbone. "Follow the bone structure," he said, tapping all around a model's eye. "The girls look minimal but luxurious. Expensive."
3. Follow Your Instincts.
A peachy, nude blush was used on the areas of the face where Pecheux said he'd typically contour (think under the cheekbone in the hollow you get when sucking in your cheeks). To avoid adding too much color to the face, try blushes that have just a hint of rose, rather than corals or deep merlot shades.
4. Nude All Over.
"It's a very nude face, using just nude colors," said Pecheux, who applied a creamy nude color. For a lipstick-light approach, try using your finger or a brush to dab color from the tube onto your lips, as opposed to swiping it directly on. "I want to show women they can look beautiful without too many products."
5. Come Undone.
Hair god Orlando Pita created "a pony with texture and lots of fly-aways. We were inspired by the clothesthey had a structured side but were also very fluid." After blow-drying, he used a quick-drying hairspray and brushed it through to give the hair hold. When pulling everything up into a ponytail, he made a slight side-part where the hair naturally wanted to fall.
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