Bobbi Brown @ Rachael Roy
Rachel Roy's Spring 2010 collection embodies the spirit of a strong, independent woman whose beauty is unparalleled, so it was only fitting that the hair and makeup followed suit.Makeup artist Bobbi Brown channeled the attitude of the liberated, Seventies female to create a "beautiful and precise eye." While lead stylist Andre Rodman perfected two powerful hairstyles, masculine and feminine, for a classic finishing touch. Andre Rodman, lead stylist for Frédéric Fekkai created two looks at the Rachel Roy Spring 2010 show – both over top voluminous looks, one with a modern edge and one more classic, both big on glamour. Complementing the colors and textures of Rachel Roy’s spring collection, the makeup featured a beautiful and precise eye channeling the 70s, but modernized for today’s woman.
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP:
Skin: Hydrating Face Cream ($50), Hydrating Eye Cream ($45), Foundation Stick ($40), Creamy Concealer ($22), Corrector ($22)
Eyes: Flesh or Soft Peach Eye Shadow ($20) on lower lid; Flint Eye Shadow ($20) smudged in inner and outer corners of eyes; one coat of Extreme Party Mascara ($22) on lashes
Cheeks: Natural Bronzing Powder ($33)
Lips: Guava Lip Color (Spring ’10, $22)
Brows: Clear Natural Brow Shaper ($19)
GET THE LOOK - HAIR: For the classic look, a center part with soft, bouncy waves starting beneath the chin, Rodman used Fekkai COIFF™ Strong Hold Volume Mousse, then sprayed hair with Fekkai COIFF™ Defense Pre Style Thermal UV Protectant and curled it around a one inch iron. He used Fekkai Au Naturel Sheer Styling Gel for the modern look; short hair with either a severe side part tucked behind the ears or brushed straight back. For the more feminine look, create a part down the center and apply Fekkai COIFF Strong Hold Volume Mousse. Spray tendrils with Fekkai COIFF Defense Pre Style Thermal UV Protectant and curl with a one-inch iron. For the masculine style, tuck short hair behind ears and apply Fekkai Au Naturel Sheer Styling Gel. To finish, comb hair while drying.