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Dramatic makeup and lustrous locks sizzled backstage at L.A.M.B. Photo: David Webber for Moroccanoil

MAKEUP: Charlotte Tilbury for M.A.C
HAIR: Danilo for Moroccanoil
SNAPSHOT: Bettie Paige meets 80's grunge

THE SCOOP: Filled with splashes of color and a rockstar edge, Gwen Stefani's L.A.M.B. look for Fall 2010 is as loud as the star's signature platinum blonde style. Models sported doll-like pale skin, with smoldering black eyes shaped in a cat-like style. Cheeks were kept bare of color so as not to distract from the porcelain skin, and the deepest old-Hollywood style crimson red lips formed Clara Bow-like pouts.

Glistening locks inspired by 30's and 40's waves took on a more modern look with a gentler, soft curl. Models peeked out from behind Bettie Page-like blunt bangs, which created a decidedly naughty tone.

GET THE LOOK MAKEUP: All makeup by M.A.C. After powdering skin to porcelain perfection, Smolder Eye Kohl was mixed with Fluidline in Black Track to create the dramatic black eye that extended in Cleopatra style. Burgundy lip pencil was used to overdraw a cupid's bow shape to the lip, and a mixture of Crimson and Burgundy lip colors saturated lips with blood red. Finally, clear gloss was tapped on the eyes for a wet-look effect.

GET THE LOOK HAIR: After center-parting and drying hair, Danilo combed through Hydrating Styling Cream for soft hold and a sleek, frizz-free finish. Locks were then spritzed with Luminous Hairspray and set into tight, curled waves with a 1/2" curling iron and bang extensions clipped in. Hair was then brushed out for a softer wave and finished with Glimmer Shine Spray for a veil of intense, eye-catching shine.

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