Bobbi Brown and R SESSIONS @ Tibi
The simple structure of the clothing in Tibi's Spring 2010 collection allowed the brand's signature bright color palette to do the talking. When it came to the makeup, Brown was tasked with choosing one feature to do the talking, and she decided against the mouth; "We used technicolor shadow on the eyes, and left the rest of the face nude," she said. "It's a challenge to use bold color and keep it pretty," she elaborated, "which is why it's key to choose one feature to concentrate the color."Ryan used brightly colored scraps of fabric in the hair, gathering it in a long loop and twisting the fabric for a tethered effect that was inspired by Samurais. "When a woman puts her hair up herself, it looks better," he said. "It's haphazard and not placed exactly right." Tibi’s spring collection is simplistic in structure, allowing the signature bright prints and colorful palette to make this season’s statement. The makeup for the show was bold, yet pretty, featuring a vibrant electric pink eye with hints of yellow and green, juxtaposed with a nude lip.
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP:
Skin: Hydrating Face Cream ($50), Hydrating Eye Cream ($45), Foundation Stick ($40), Creamy Concealer ($22), Corrector ($22)
Eyes:Bright yellow eye shadow under brow and bright pink coral on lid (Bobbi Brights Palette); Black Long-Wear Gel Eyeliner on top lid ($21), bright green liner along bottom lash line (Bobbi Brights Palette); multiple layers of Extreme Party Mascara ($22) on top and bottom lashes*
Cheeks: Coral Pot Rouge (Spring ’10, $22), placed high on cheek bone
GET THE LOOK - HAIR: After winding and wrapping the hair, Ryan raked his fingertips through the top of the hair with a little gel to leave "little, undone track-marks."
GET THE LOOK - NAILS: More nude tips. Dashing Diva technicians used Social Climbing, a pretty pink nude.