The camp from Alberta Ferretti demanded attention in wispy pastel frocks with big, dramatic hair and orange-pink, ombre eyeshadow.2. Embrace the theatrics.
Didier Malige, the genius behind the 'do, describes the look as "angelic, pre-Raphaelite hair in a 1920s-inspired style." He parted the models' tresses, clipped pieces above their ears and wove locks in figure-eight stitches around Japanese U-shaped hairpins. Thirty minutes and tons of hairspray later, the pins were removed to reveal fuzzy, kinky curls. "It has been done before, but doing 30 girls is a challenge!" he says.3. Give it a go.
Malige recommends trying it at home using pipe cleaners as pins since they are a bit bigger and easier to handle when doing the in-and-out weave. If that seems like too much effort, just set your hair in a bunch of tiny braids and sleep on them to get a similar crimp.4. Layer your products.
Lucia Pieroni for MAC Cosmetics relied on two blushesHolographic Orange and Fleur Powerto concoct a salmon color that rimmed the eyes and faded into the cheeks. "We're creating a water color effect, applying the powder with our softest brushes," explains MAC Cosmetics executive director Desnoyers. "The bristles absorb less [powder] and have a lighter deposit." Fusion Gold eye shadow was dusted on lips, temples and nose bridges to add some sheen.5. Choose your hue.
"My number one recommendation would be to pick a color that makes you look healthy," say Desnoyers. "It could even be done with a very light bronzer. It's about the idea of freshness."
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