At Isaac Mizrahi Thursday afternoon, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, who was working on behalf of Wella, created a sort of pompadour do he described as “very manly in a chic, feminine way.”
Souleiman’s square, geometric look was achieved by pulling the bangs back away from the face and spraying them at the roots to provide lift and height. After pulling the bangs over the top of the head, he then pulled the hair on either side of the head tightly back, giving the sides a shiny finish.
The bangs and the sides were then joined at the nape of the neck and wrapped into a “beautiful bun,” said Souleiman.
The lips popped, thanks to makeup artist Tom Pecheux, who created a “nude face — nothing on except a fluorescent pink [lip] color,” he said. Discussing his inspiration, Pecheux said, “Isaac loves lips and he said, ‘I want to see a bright, fluorescent-colored lip.’”
In order to add a little texture to the lip look, Pecheux mixed a red lipstick into the fluorescent pink Fardel makeup shade.