MAKEUP: Charlotte Willer for Maybelline
HAIR: Bok Hee for Cutler
NAILS: Katherine Kim for Incoco Nails
SNAPSHOT: Cool traveling girl
THE SCOOP: "Tam's inspiration for the collection was a girl who has traveled the Silk Road in China," Willer told Stylelist. "So the look is a little dirty or dusty." The best part of the makeup scene? Willer applying matte bronzer in fits and starts with an old argyle sock.
Hee used the designer's inspiration to conceive a loose, wavy look that was sort of "lived in at the top and then more clean or done toward the ends." This girl knows her style and knows how to look just grungy enough to appear cool," Hee told Stylelist.
"Tam requested a shade that would stand out, but still mesh with the beach-y laid-back feel of the clothes," said Kim. That shade is a deep burgundy wine with a hint of shimmer.
GET THE LOOK -- MAKEUP: All makeup by Maybelline. Willer rimmed the eyes with Kohl Liner and then added Falsies Mascara. She groomed the brows with Define-A-Brow Pencil. She brushed Dream Matte Powder over the skin before applying "dirt" in the form of Mineral Powder Bronzer via argyle sock. WIller finished the look with Nearly There lipstick -- a pinky, brown nude with a bit shimmer.
GET THE LOOK -- HAIR: All hair products by Redken. Hee used Full Frame Mousse on the ends of the hair before giving the girls a "proper blow-dry" and then she created "inconsistent waves" with a curling iron. She added Shine at the roots, for the lived-in look and set the look with Control Hairspray.
GET THE LOOK -- NAILS: Kim used Incoco Nails appliques in Casablanca on the models' hands and feet.
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