MAKEUP: Kabuki for Make Up For Ever
HAIR: Laurent Philippon for Bumble and Bumble
SNAPSHOT: Moody Minimalist
THE SCOOP: The beauty teams for Park Choon Moo's Spring 2011 collection were inspired by the Korean designer's minimalist pieces that embodied a sense of freedom.
Kabuki created an avant garde makeup look with a touch of lightness by muting the models' faces and layering on lashes dipped in white body paint. "I got most of my inspiration from the deconstructed, unexpected quality of her clothes," said the makeup artist. Influenced by the simplicity of the '90s, Laurent Philippon perfected a slightly disheveled hairstyle that enhanced their natural, wavy texture. To add a fresh, spring touch, manicurist Michian rounded out the look with futuristic clear digits.
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: All makeup by Make Up For Ever. Start with a clear and even complexion by using Make Up For Ever HD Invisible Cover Foundation. Line lids with a nude concealer pencil to create definition and lightly brush concealer onto brows with a mascara wand to tone down. Apply false eyelashes, using longer lashes on the outer corners and shorter lashes inside for a winged effect. Curl lashes and coat with a white pigment like Make Up For Ever Aqua Cream in Snow. Finish the look by smoothing on a pale, caramel lip color.
GET THE LOOK - HAIR: All hair products by Bumble and Bumble. Create a side part and saturate strands in Bumble and Bumble Styling Creme. Apply Bumble and Bumble Prep and Surf Spray onto the ends to hydrate and build texture. Slick one side behind the air and slightly tousled the other side. If you're hair is not naturally wavy, fashion a loose braid, set and release.
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