1. Be Easy.
"The collection is very excitingsurfer-y with shocking oranges, blues, and whites," said Revlon Global Artistic Director, Gucci Westman. The look was kept relatively simple to let the clothes shine. "It's harder to achieve an easy look. There's a fine line between overdone and easy. I wanted the girls to be really gorgeous, like they'd just gotten back from a holiday."
2. Get Freckled, Not Fried.
Skin tones of any hue can mimic the sun-worshipper's badge of honorfrecklesby lightly dotting the cheeks and nose with a brown eyebrow pencil. Westman was emphatic that she didn't want the models to be tan, instead dusting bronzer on the upper cheeks and nose bridge with a large powder brush to give a little bit of color. "When you really tan, you don't get bronze. You get pinky, golden, tan."
3. Minimum Mascara.
The simple aesthetic meant that eye makeup was kept to a minimum. Westman used Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara sparingly and lined the bottom lashes with chocolate liner. Choosing a brown color, over typical black, kept the entire look in the "peachy, taupe, terracota" color family that Westman wanted.
4. Thin Is In.
"The hair's very simplein mid-'90s England we'd call it 'rave culture'it's a very Rag & Bone aesthetic," said hairstylist Guido Palau. "Thick hair actually doesn't look appealing on the runway, even though we all want it in real life." Before blow-drying, hair was prepped with Redken Satin Wear to create smooth strands (not straight) and protect it from the heat.
5. Shape Up.
Palau styled the hair with a messy center-part and used no styling tools but his hands to create the rest of the look. The final look saw a thick, stretchy band placed around the models neck and over the back of the hair. "The band is an accessory for the hair. It creates a bob effect."
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