MAKEUP: James Kaliardos for MAC Cosmetics
HAIR: Orlando Pita for T3
SNAPSHOT: Statement lips for goddess girls
THE SCOOP: Kaliardos enthusiastically described the lip look at DVF as "popping pink-orchid-fuchsia pigment meant to look like a Warhol silk-screened lip. It's a symbol of femininity." And he was not exaggerating. The color popped off the skin like it was 3D. It was offset by perfect velvety skin and a gorgeous not-too-perfect bun.
GET THE LOOK -- MAKEUP: All makeup by MAC Cosmetics. Kaliardos' team first applied Chromagraphic Pencil in Process Magenta followed by Neon Pigment in Magenta Madness for a major DayGlo lip. The face and eyes were bare except for a bit of Pearl Cream Color Base as highlighter.
GET THE LOOK -- HAIR: All hair products by T3. Pita and the DVF team liked the look of the models in their "street hair" which was often thrown up in a bun, so Pita's team created a slightly more polished version for the runway. They spray the tip of the brush with Control Hairspray and then raked it though the front of the hair before pull it back into a bun, so the front looks like girls could have done it themselves.
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