“Life is the party,” said James Kaliardos when describing the look he created for Diane von Furstenberg. “Not like you’re going to a party. But how you get up in the morning, and feel great.” Using MAC Cosmetics, Kaliardos created a statement lip using Process Magenta Lip Liner. “It just makes you feel vibrant and alive,” said Kalidaros. Using Face and Body Foundation, Kaliardos used one shade on the face and one on the temple and cheekbones to bring out the appearance of natural skin. Oyster cream shadow was applied on the cheek to highlight the cheekbones, while rustic red cream shadow was contoured on the inner corner of the eye. Next, he used a little bit of Omega Eyeshadow on the brow to smoke it out without overly defining it. He topped it off with Haute and Naughty Mascara. “It’s going back to Diane’s roots,” said Kaliardos. “The Seventies, when people looked drop-dead gorgeous and had a great time.”
Using T3 Elevate and a T3 curling iron, Orlando Pita created an undone, disheveled, yet glamorous girl. Fashioning a similar vibe to the girls with short hair, Pita added no extensions and used each individual model’s length and cut to create the look. “Diane is all about empowering women and making them feel as beautiful as they can,” said Pita. “And to give all the girls the same look doesn’t say much to that kind of message that she wants to give.”
Fingernails were left clean and lightly buffed with a clear top coat. But to pair the toenails with the lip, Essie’s Miami Nice and Plum Berry were mixed to create the perfect match.