REVLON @ Rag & Bone
The look at Rag & Bone was very "I don't care," circa 1992. "My inspiration was Kate Moss or Courtney Love - when she still wore natural looking makeup - in the 90s, like they just rolled out of bed, said makeup artist Gucci Westman. "Confident, but in a cool, nonchalant way." That idea translated to smudgily lined eyes a, minimal mascara, subtle blush and supernaturally nude lips.
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP
To get what Westman referred to as “remnants of makeup,” she lined models’ lids with Revlon’s Luxurious Color Eye Liner in Black Velvet and used fingers and Q-tips covered in moisturizer to jostle it up a bit. Lighlty painted the lashes with Double Twist Mascara in Blackest Black. Use ColorBurst Lipstick in Soft Nude on lips. Nails stayed cool with a slate gray nail polish from CDN.
GET THE LOOK - HAIR
To achieve the bedhead look he described as “early-nineties grunge innocence, but boyish,” Guido Palau back-combed the hair above the crown and then, using liberal spritzes of Redken’s Workforce Hairspray, matted it down in the front and tucked it behind models’ ears.