By  on February 21, 2011

LONDON The Erdem girl has grown into a confident woman — and she doesn’t care if she still has yesterday’s makeup on.

"She could have been an artist’s wife, who, dressed in those beautiful clothes, had slept on an oil painting," as makeup artist Andrew Gallimore put it, describing the beauty look as "not too perfect, not extravagant, just a little bit disheveled."

This translated to smudged, blue-black charcoal eyes (a mix of Mac’s Blacktrack and Waveline Fluidlines), clean skin and nude lips, via Mac’s Lady Gaga lipstick. The soon-to-be-launched Silver Rose illuminator by St.Tropez was applied all over the body.

Marc Trinder, Charles Worthington’s master stylist created a fishtail with fine, soft pieces falling around the face, using Charles Worthington’s Front Row Dry shampoo on the roots for volume and Front Row hairspray on the fingertips to give a bit of definition to those with fine, flyaway hair.

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