Makeup at Vera Wang Fall 2011. Photo: Lisa Schweitzer for AOL StyleList

MAKEUP: Lucia Peroni for Clé de Peau Beauté
HAIR: Orlando Pita for Moroccanoil
NAILS: Myrdith Leon-McCormack for Dior
SNAPSHOT: Structured but Feminine

Hair at Vera Wang Fall 2011. Photo: Lisa Schweitzer for AOL StyleList

THE SCOOP: "Vera Wang's collection is a mix of architectural and flowing pieces, so we wanted the hair to feel the same way," Orlando Pita, lead stylist for the Moroccanoil team, told StyleList. Pita gave the girls a semi-slicked-back look in front, which led back to a full-volume teased section and then a low ponytail.

"The look for this show is romantic, but tough at the same time -- inspired by 1930s fabulous American women," Lucia Peroni for Clé de Peau Beauté told StyleList. Her team created really strong smoky eyes, beautiful slightly dewy skin and soft, peachy lips. "Clean, natural minimalism is always the look for Vera, so that's what we're doing," said Leon-McCormack.

GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: All products by Clé de Peau Beauté. The eyes were definitely the focus; Peroni used a new charcoal Cream Eye Color called Moonshadow (all products launching this fall!) blended out around the entire eye. There's no mascara and the skin was cloaked in the new Silky Cream Foundation, giving it just a hint of shine. Extra Rich Lipstick in a new peachy shade called Albertine was patted into the lips.

GET THE LOOK - HAIR: Pita used only Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray for the entire hairstyle. He sprayed it on the hair before blow-drying it straight, because, "I like using products in ways you're not supposed to." Then he used it to make the hair sleek through the front, then teased the back before putting it in a low ponytail and tucking it under and pinning it in place.

Nails at Vera Wang Fall 2011. Photo: Lisa Schweitzer for AOL StyleList

GET THE LOOK - NAILS: Leon-McCormack's team painted the models' nails a sheer natural pink called Ivory by Dior.