FW AW10: Shiseido @ John Bartlett

Shiseido @ John Bartlett
"I wanted the models to look untouched," said Dick Page, who made up both women and men with identical makeup, save the lipstick on the women. "It's a very natural look, windburned, but not a fussy face - she's The Gamekeepers Daughter," he added, referencing a late-19th century painting by Valentine Cameron Prinsep. Hirofui Kera followed the natural path with hair that was inspired by the early 70s, "feathered, with a center part for the guys," he said. The ladies were given a smooth, natural style, pulled back into a low ponytail.


To keep the skin looking fresh and dewy, Page applied Shiseido Makeup Dual Balancing Foundation, only in areas needed to reduce redness with a less is more approach. Eyes were soft and lightly topped with Honey gloss. Applied subtly with fingertips, the lips were kept very matte with Perfect Rouge Glowing Matte in Wink.

To achieve the popular wintery pink flush, Page lightly dusted four new soft shades of Luminizing Satin Face Colors named Tea Rose, Petal, High Beam White and Soft Beam Gold across the cheekbone.


Kera used two Shiseido Professional products - #3 pommade and #2 lotion - to create the perfectly imperfect locks. He cocktailed the two together and ruffled the mixture through the models' hair before pulling it back into a low ponytail.

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