MAKEUP: Charlotte Willer for Maybelline
HAIR: Eugene Souleiman for Wella
NAILS: Mike Potter for KnockOut Nails
SNAPSHOT: Sexy '60s Bed Head
THE SCOOP: DKNY's Fall 2011 collection was so wearable, we'll take one of everything! Also, StyleList could get used to this kind of hair -- long, straight, but with texture and sex appeal. "I wanted the hair to look like, 'Did she or didn't she do her hair,' you know," Souleiman told StyleList.
The makeup was more runway than reality, with cat-eye-esque liner, placed about a half-inch above the lash line. "It's a more graphic take on the cat eye that a younger girl might do," Willer told StyleList.
"Jane, the DKNY designer gave me fabric swatches, and I created these two custom shades, Biscuit and Navy, based on the swatches," Mike Potter, founder of KnockOut Nails, told StyleList.
GET THE LOOK - HAIR: All products by Wella. Souleiman gave the girls an "imperfect, wearable look" by beginning with a blowout prepped with Perfect Setting. He parted the hair to the side, in front and then set the top of the hair in two giant Velcro rollers to create lift and movement. He misted the hair with Ocean Spritz for more texture and to take the shine down and then blasted it with a dryer for more texture.
GET THE LOOK - NAILS: Potter's team painted the models' nails one of the two custom-mixed shades, Biscuit and Navy.
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