By  on February 15, 2014

“The inspiration is Virginia Woolf — very poetic and super fragile as if the girl has never been out in the sun," said MAC makeup artist Aaran de Mey.

Skin was kept bare, "almost anti-cosmetic,” he explained, dusting only powder and concealer on any blemishes. He brushed up the brows with hairspray and left eyes bar.

"Yes, she's a little bit of a mad woman," added L'Oréal Professional's Anthony Turner, "but Jonathan's version of a mad woman, so with nuance and subtlety."

He used L'Oréal Professional Pli and Mousse mixed together for a matt effect, created a lose side parting with his fingers, secured in a low pony tail and finished with a spot of back combing to promote more fluff.

"Jonathan told me he wanted people to go away feeling as uncomfortable as possible," Turner said.

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