Boho waves at Charlotte Ronson. Photo: Fernanda Calfat, Getty Images for TREsemme

HAIR: Jeanie Syfu, TRESemmÉ Celebrity Stylist
MAKEUP: Gilbert Soliz for Sephora
SNAPSHOT: Beautiful Drifter

THE SCOOP: Charlotte Ronson's Fall 2010 collection was bursting with '70s, baroque elements that translated into chic Nomadic wear. And the hair and makeup artists complemented the designs with a look that was simply natural.

Jeanie Syfu perfected loose waves by depending less on the curling iron and more on great products including a light weight mousse and dry shampoo. Free-flowing strands cascaded down, framing the models' faces for an organic and piecey style that was accentuated with turbans.

Gilbert Soliz created a look that he described as "young, innocent and poetically pretty" consisting of a soft face, naturally shaded lids, Brooke Shields eyebrows and supple lips.

Makeup at Charlotte Ronson. Photo: Amy Sussman, Getty Images for Tetra Pak

All products by TRESemmÉ. Prep hair with Naturals Lightweight Mousse. To create waves, section hair vertically starting at the crown, pull at 90 degree angle and wrap around iron. Leave ends out and leave clamp open for a more relaxed look. Shake curls loose and flip hair over to apply Fresh Start Dry Shampoo. Top off with a headpiece.

GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: Start by applying Make Up For Ever Face and Body Liquid Makeup for a sheer and even complexion. Shade and line eyes with Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes in Pearly Brown creating a worn in look. Loosely brush brows for texture. Lightly coat lashes in DiorShow Mascara and finish with Sephora FACE Very Sexy Nourishing Lip Balm SPF 15 on pout.

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