Redken, MAC & Lippmann @ Badgley Mischka
Makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury for MAC Cosmetics created an “Avatar”-inspired warrior princess look, with a dramatically contoured face. Hairstylist Peter Gray for Redken continued the theme, creating two distinct hair styles for the show, as the designers showed both gowns and their diffusion line Mark & James. Nails were equally strong and futuristic.
Get the Look - Makeup
Use Face and Body Foundation for fresh-looking skin. Contour under your cheekbones and up around to the temple with Pro Powder Blushes in Taupe and Harmony. Use Crystal Avalanche Eye Shadow to highlight the cheekbones and center of the face. On eyes lightly apply Pro Cream Color Base in Airforce Blue underneath and use ZoomLash Mascara in Dark Brown. Lips get Tinted Lip Conditioner SPF 15.
Nails were painted in Marquee Moon from Deborah Lippmann collection described as “futuristic, sequins silver,” as there were tiny silver sequins embedded in the sparkling formula.
Get the Look - Hair
Gray used Layer Lift 07 as a base to thicken up the hair. He then attached Easy Lengths hair extensions in the back to make the girls' hair super long. For look #1 Gray pulled back the sides (leaving the top and bottom length free) into a mini ponytail in the center of the head and used Work Force 09 spray to keep it sleek. He backcombed the underside of the top part of the hair and then brought it back and over the top of the head. Without pulling the volume out of the top he gathered the top two sections of hair (the ponytail hair and the top hair) into a ponytail and twisted it into a rope. He twisted the bottom section the other way and then wound the two "ropes" around each other to create a knot. For look #2 he simply undid the knot and let the hair fall free.