NYFW S/S '10: Sally Hansen, Maybelline NY and Tresemme @ Tracy Reese

Sally Hansen, Maybelline NY and Tresemme @ Tracy Reese
"The clothes have a lot of layers, so the hair has to have a lot of layers," explained Syfu. That translated to a big, textured pompadour on top, messy bun in back. Willer's makeup was her idea of "the Twenties, modernized" with a punky edge: glossy eyelids, dark shadow liner underneath the eyes, penciled eyebrows and pink lipstick.

GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: Shiny-licious Lip Gloss in Clear for the eyelids, the new Eye Studio shadow palette (launching in January) blended in a thick line under the eye (you can use a charcoal gray to get the same effect). Get spiky lashes with tons of Pulse Perfection Vibrating Mascara. Mineral Power Naturally Luminous Blush in Fresh Plum on the cheeks and Color Sensational Lip Color in Make Me Pink.

GET THE LOOK - HAIR: You probably won't be able to recreate the height of Syfu's pompadours so she recommends teasing just the front of your hair for height and then pulling it all back into a loose bun. Tresemmé 24 Hour Body Foaming Mousse helps give major texture.

GET THE LOOK - NAILS: Sally Hansen once again joined with Reese to create exclusive nail colors for the show. Nail techs layered Hidden Treasure (clear with glitter) over Midnight in New York (rich black) for a tortoiseshell effect.
New colors from Tracy Reese for Sally Hansen: Midnight in New York and Hidden Treasure.

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