Ruby and Millie & L'Oreal @ Richard Nicoll
For the hair, Hersheson's first starting point was Robert Palmer's "Addicted to Love" video, particularly the slicked back hair. "The clothes are super chic so we wanted the look to feel a bit effortless but still quite simple. It was a little bit Grace Jones," he said backstage. "We ended up going with a look we call Bun-dage."
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Eyes were sculpted with tawny shades and cheekbones received a similar treatment with MAC Mineralize Skin Finish Powder. Also, cheekbones and the bridge of the nose were highlighted with Shell Cream Colour Base. "We decided to add drama to the lip," Bryant explained. "So we went for a chilly shade of lip pencil called Auburn all over, blended through and then outwards. To add definition, we went into the cupid's bow and reapplied Auburn again. We ended up with quite a severe colour." Once again, eyelashes were curled but mascara was omitted. Nails: Ruby & Millie Nude followed with a buff and a bit of white pencil.
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"We used loads of Deviation Paste and water to make hair really wet-looking. We were going for a bit of a Brylcreem effect," Hersheson explained. Hersheson said it's important for the ponytail to start right above the bone to get a severe - but still sexy - silhouette. He spread more Deviation Paste through the ends of hair and twisted the ponytail tightly until it was almost rope-like in texture, before pinning into a bun. He finished off with Texture Expert Sparkling Mist, a new shine product that's so shiny it almost looks wet.