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In a collection of both couture gowns and more casual sportswear, the hair stayed '70s, curly, and bouncy, bumped up to runway status via ornate clips and scarves, while the makeup was a mixed-metal big eye and beautiful sparkly beige glitter on the nails.

HAIR: Peter Gray for Moroccanoil
MAKEUP: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics
NAILS: Deborah Lippmann for Deborah Lippmann
SNAPSHOT: Posh meets Spice

THE SCOOP: Tom Pecheux for MAC Cosmetics was inspired by "a day Studio 54 look," to complement the playful and vibrant '70s curls created by Peter Gray for Moroccanoil. The latter said the designers were thinking about 1980s film "White Mischief" and wanted to emulate the "posh, charming English women who, underneath the proper surface, have a wildness to them." A headful of curls was the result, decorated with various shiny metals or a woven-in scarf. For nails, Deborah Lippmann was tasked to create a "fashion-forward modern nail," which resulted in cool layering of a beige and a bluish glitter.

GET THE LOOK -- MAKEUP
: All makeup by MAC. The essence of this look is white eyes, pink lips, and vibrant blush high on the cheekbones. Get skin ready with Skin Studio Moisture Tint and dust on top a bit of Prep and Prime Transparent Finishing Powder. For blush, Pecheux mixed together Frankly Scarlett and Peaches, to give some color without going overboard. The eyes were, again, a mix of pigments in beige, silver, and gold, with Dalliance Mega Metal Shadow mixed with Silver Dusk and Iridescent Powder applied with a fluffy brush. Pecheux feels it doesn't matter if you premix colors or apply one at a time; he said to definitely use the beige and gold together to tone down the silver shade. Dust the silver over the lids to the crease, and be sure to take it to the inside corner of the eye as well. Finish with the Dalliance Mega Metal Shadow as the top and final layer, and generously use the Opulash Mascara in black on the top lashes only. Finish lips with the So Vain Kissable Lipcolour.

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GET THE LOOK -- HAIR: All products by Moroccanoil. The hair takes a few steps and products, so be sure to leave a lot time for the curls to set while creating the look. Peter Gray from Moroccanoil said to start with parting small sections at the nape of the neck (but overall the look is a side part), saturate strands in Hydrating Styling Cream, and using a small curling iron, twist around the barrel, spritz on Luminous Hairspray, and tightly pin the curls vertically to the head. As the crown of the head draws closer, use a bigger-barreled curling iron and make the gathered sections larger. After the curls have set (30 to 45 minutes), use a comb to pull the sections out, and again apply Luminous Hairspray to keep in place. The hair was finished off with either a scarf carefully wrapped into the style or large metals the designers gave him to place at random in the hair. He attached them with Japanese hairpins, which are longer and stronger, with no spaces in between their grip.

GET THE LOOK-NAILS: Nail polish by Lippmann Collection. Start with one coat of Fashion, a solid beige color, and once dry, add on top a coat of Glitter in the Air, a bluish-tinged big-chunk glitter polish. Finish with Addicted to Speed Top Coat for quick-dry and shine.

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