Erin Wasson ordered up a gritty-pretty backstage beauty look: “girls who have been out in the desert, have gotten all dusty, and have had too much sun,” explained makeup artist Charlotte Willer, who was charged with creating a fake-baking effect equipped with downtown sentimentality. “Pretty girls with abused hair,” Kevin Ryan surmised, as the hair stylist.
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Willer brushed Maybelline New York Dream Liquid Mousse all over models’ skin and topped that off with mineral powder for sheen. Blush was then applied liberally—under eyes and on the cheek area—to make the girls look properly “hot,” and a tinted matte lip was patted on using Maybelline Color Sensational lipstick in Plum Perfect, coated with mineral powder. Willer created smokey eye with metallic brown and sand shadows and a hefty dose of Maybelline Lash Stiletto mascara.
As for the stringy, hipster hair that Wasson herself could be credited with perfecting, that was all Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, which Rsession Tools’ Kevin Ryan applied liberally to twisted sections that were then blow-dried, back-combed, and finger-separated for the perfect unkempt finish. Ryan spritzed hair with loads of Bumble and Bumble Surf Spray, then twisted hair into tons of thin coils and pinned them on the models heads and blasted them with heat to dry. Just before hitting the runway, the coils were released and teased to reveal strands that looked perfectly /source/