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Backstage at the Prabal Gurung Spring 2011 collection at New York's Mercedes Benz Fashion Week, the look was neat and simple for both hair and makeup.

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MAKEUP: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics
HAIR: Odile for Moroccan Oil
NAILS: Jin Soon Choi for Sally Hansen
SNAPSHOT: Structured and sleek

THE SCOOP: "Since Prabal asked for a minimalist, futuristic look, we decided to play with no color -- lots of pure white pigments," Pecheux told Stylelist. "The collection is so rich and luxurious and architectural."

"We gave the models a clean, clean face with a very matte finish," explained Pecheux. He used white pencil and cream shadow and white powder pigments with hints of iridescence and shimmer. "It's graphic, but without harsh lines -- it's not aggressive," said Pecheux.

Odile gave the girls a deep side part in front, which led back to a very sleek ponytail and then a silver barrette. "The hair is simple, straight, shiny and healthy," Odile told Stylelist.

The designer worked with Sally Hansen to create a collection of nail colors which debuted backstage at his Spring 2011 runway show. Jin Soon Choi brought Gurung's vision to life with a simpler version of the season's moon manicure.

GET THE LOOK -- MAKEUP: All makeup by MAC Cosmetics. This look was all about shades of white on and around the eyes. Pecheux used white pencil, cream shadow on the lids and pigments in Pink Opal and White wrapped around from just above the brow

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arch to just under the pupil and on cheeks and temples. He layered shimmery, pale pink Wondershine in Supremely Confident on lips, on top of concealer.

GET THE LOOK -- HAIR: All hair products by Moroccanoil. Odile blew dry the models' hair straight and sleek with Hydrating Cream, before creating a deep side part and then a ponytail. She wrapped a small section around the ponytail elastic and then clipped the middle of the ponytail to the girls' heads with a simple silver barrette. She finished the look with Luminous Hairspray.

GET THE LOOK -- NAILS: All products by Sally Hansen. Even the nails got the graphic treatment with what Choi calls "line art" in the form of a thin line of coral polish called Casting Call where the tip meets the nail bed, on top of a shimmery nude shade called Without a Stitch. She proclaimed the look very wearable.

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