Stila & Sebastian Professional @ Betsey Johnson
The beauty look at Betsey Johnson on Sunday was inspired by the “sexy cowgirls” in the 1971 French western “Les Pétroleuses,” or “Petroleum Girls,” which starred Brigitte Bardot, said Thomas Dunkin, the hairstylist who led the Sebastian Professional Stylist Design Team. The overall look was a voluminous, undone, textured down do separated into pigtails that flowed down models’ shoulders. “There’s a lot of fullness,” Dunkin said. “It’s a really fun, comfy slept-in-after-a-night-out look.”
Lead makeup artist Sarah Lucero introduced the "first nude lip" to a Johnson show. "In past seasons, we've seen red, black and shimmer, but the inspiration came from Brigitte Bardot," said Lucero. "You'll see a cowboy theme with this ideal of a dirty, dusty, yet confident woman. The skin is very matte, lips are very pale and the intensity is in the eyes. I mean who doesn't want to look like Bardot? I do!"
GET THE LOOK
Even out skin with One Step Makeup and apply Convertible Color in Gerbera on cheeks. Apply Eye Shadow in Chinois or Dune all over your lids as a base and blend Eyeshadows in Java, Espresso and Ebony onto the eyelid and crease. Use Kajal Eye Liner in Onyx to line your upper and lower lash lines. Finish the look with your favorite mascara. Apply Stila Convertible Color in Gerbera on lips.
Spritz hair with Volupt Spray and blowdry. Set locks with large and medium-sized rollers for height and body, leaving in for a half-hour. Remove rollers and lightly spray on Re-Shaper to create texture and separation. Create two, loose low-hanging ponytails and finish with Shaper Fierce.