MAKEUP: James Kaliardos
HAIR: Luke Hersheson for Redken
SNAPSHOT: Power Play of Color
THE SCOOP: Good sportsmanship is always in fashion, and Lacoste loves to enhance its athletic heritage with a fully modern lifestyle update. The silhouettes were a bit of a gender bender, playing on Great Gatsby and the 80s, with the makeup accentuating the cheeks and the lips in a new custom blended 'fleuro-red" red shade created by James Kaliardos for the show.
GET THE LOOK- MAKEUP: Kaliardos stresses that the essence of this look is to have naturally bronzed, glowy-looking cheeks, with a fluorescent red lip that works for any skin tone. On the cheeks he used a creme highlighter blush followed by bronzer, then skipped the eye shadow, but says to definitely do mascara. The goal is to achieve an illuminated face, which gets topped off by the bright lip color.
GET THE LOOK- HAIR: Luke Hersheson was inspired by a 70s Bo Derek for the hair to compliment the retro-feel of the clothing, incorporating an air of masculinity, with an overall minimal presentation. Create this look on your own by side parting, then creating two one-inch thick French braids along both sides. Secure tightly into a side ponytail, and use Redken Body Full Volume Amplifier for extra hold.
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