PARIS— “It’s just a very easy look,” said makeup artist Pat McGrath backstage at Lanvin.
She swooshed some brown-gray cream shadow around models’ eyes and used black eyeliner on the inside of their peepers. The top trace was then wiped away “to make the girls look very cool and beautiful,” said McGrath, who applied foundation powder to skin and a tiny amount of concealer to lips.
“[It is] as if you could do the makeup yourself,” said McGrath.
Hairstylist Guido Palau also went for an easy look, teasing the front of models’ hair for texture and leaving the rest hanging freely. He used a touch of hairspray.
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