Kooky faces emerged at Marni, where Tom Pecheaux used green and yellow pigments in a wash that started from the brow and around the eye and descended to the cheek.
“It’s playful, colorful but a bit weird and artsy,” said Pecheaux. To contrast the quirky color blend, Pecheaux created a dark little mouth with Da Vave, a dark burgundy MAC Cosmetics lipstick, and lip pencil in Night Mouth. Pecheaux used foundation and powder on the skin and left the cheeks bare.
The quirky makeup was balanced out with romantic hair. Orlando Pita dreamed up the style — a center-parted, low knot look, curled from the roots with a T3 curling iron and backcombed to resemble fly-away, naturally curly hair.
Pita dispensed with products for the look. “We didn’t even put hair spray in it. It’s good tools — the T3 curling iron that allow it to hold,” added Pita, who has partnered with the brand in the past.