Subtle glamour at BCBG MaxAzriaPhoto: Getty Images

For BCBG, designer Max Azria went for subtle glamour with simple ponytails and light pink lips to compliment his lineup of bright colors and beiges.

MAKEUP: Charlotte Willer for Maybelline
HAIR: Neil Moodie for Bumble & Bumble
SNAPSHOT: Golden Girls

THE SCOOP: Transparency must have been on Max Azria's mind, as the sheer layers of fabric and makeup seemed to merge quite well this season. The beiges, reds, oranges, and peek-a-boo lace found in the collection were paired with light pink lips and a Green with Envy eye palette from Maybelline, while Neil Moodie for Bumble and Bumble said "The word for this show is 'pure', so the look for the hair is virginal, untouched, lustrous, and healthy."

: All makeup by Maybelline. Taking only ten minutes to complete the look, Willer strongly recommends using Instant Age Rewind Primer to even everything out, followed with Mineral Power Finishing Veil Powder in Pink. On the eyes, use the gold shadow from the Green with Envy eye shadow palette all over the lid, then add some of the silver shade in the middle of the eyelids and underneath for a light-catching shimmer. Last, for the lips, use the new Color Sensational Lip Gloss in #5 In the Buff, dabbing a bit of Vaseline on top for extra moisture.

GET THE LOOK- HAIR: This simple ponytail is easy to recreate by starting with the Bumble & Bumble Tonic Spray Detangler, (it contains tea tree oil, which Moodie likes it for its natural shine aesthetic). Blow dry hair with a flat brush to render it it as smooth as possible as you blow dry it away from the face. Create a simple ponytail at the nape of the neck, and use a clear ponytail holder instead of an elastic for a more natural look. Use a straightening iron on the ponytail itself to smooth out any frizz or fly-a-ways.

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