Unsurprisingly, all-American, preppy chic ruled the day at Tommy Hilfiger. Diane Kendal, working with MAC at the show, did “a very beautiful, natural, clean face.” She started by prepping the models’ faces with MAC Complete Comfort Créme, adding Face and Body Foundation and Studio Finish Concealer to create a perfect canvas. Next, she brushed eyebrows up, filling in sparse areas with pencil before adding eye shadow in Onyx to further define the brow. MAC’s Paint Pot in Stormy Pink was applied in the crease of the lid with a brush, following the eye’s contour and shape, and a tiny bit was added under the eye. A very thin line of black eyeliner was applied on the top lash line, and eyelashes were curled. Eye shadow in Exposed was used as a blush on the apple of the cheeks. To finish, Kendal applied foundation to the lips, covering it with Prêt-à-Pretty, a soft pink lipstick.
Eugene Souleiman kept hair even simpler than the makeup. “The only products we used were shampoo and conditioner,” he said, adding that each model’s hair was washed before he began styling. After creating a middle part, he used a blow-dryer, leaving the hair just short of being completely dry for a natural look. “We felt we should do glam in an easy way, especially as there are a lot of hats in the show,” Souleiman explained.