Wella @ Tommy Hilfiger
Tommy Hilfiger represents the epitome of classic, American fashion, and for his Spring 2010 collection, Hilfiger sent models down the runway in crisp, nautical influenced pieces. And the beauty professionals created looks that were clean and minimal.Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman was inspired by the easiness of the collection. "I wanted the girls to look glamorous and healthy...like West Coast girls from the 80s," he said. "Like Brooke Shields back in the day." Souleiman skipped the products (since models hair had been weighed down from previous shows) and used a blow-dryer, curling iron, water, and a brush to rejuvenate locks.Makeup artist Lisa Butler painted faces in caulky shades of pink to recreate an elegant, yet soft look. "The clothes are like sugared almonds," said Butler. "They're really pretty, so I didn't want to go too girly."
Get the Look
Using Wella products, Eugene Souleiman created really easy blow-out. He firstly curled hair with a large barrel curling iron and pinned it down onto the scalp, then released curls and and blow-dry, than finished with Finishing Mist Finishing Hairspray to hold.
Skip the foundation. Conceal where necessary. Dust cheeks with Mineralize Skinfinish Natural and highlight the plains with Eye Shadow in Rosy Outlook (available Spring 2010).
Layer the lids generously with Eye Shadow in Nanogold (available Spring 2010) and coat lashes with Pro Lash in Black.
Finish the look by coloring in pout with Lipstick in Bubblegum (available Spring 2010).
Paint digits with two coats of "Coronation'' from Priti Nails.