MILAN — “Equestrian, handsome and boyish — like a Peter Lindbergh girl” was how makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury described the beauty look at Etro.
Using MAC Cosmetics products, she focused on models’ eyebrows, which were filled in with Dirty Blond and Stud Brow pencils. Lids were treated with Buff Coffee Eye Pencil, and beneath the cheekbones, sculpting cream in Coffee Walnut and Copper Beach was used for contouring. Most models’ lips remained au naturel, although 10 of them sported dark-red Film Noir lipstick.
Meanwhile, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman created a slick, idiosyncratic look.
“It’s evocative of those Thirties mannequins that have drawn-on hair instead of wigs, and the goal is to have a painterly, drawn look without any traces of work,” he explained. Souleiman combed Wella Gel throughout hair and left a high concentration at the roots.