At BCBG Max Azria Thursday morning, Charlotte Willer, Maybelline New York’s global makeup artist, did a “Seventies-meets-Twenties” look, which centered on the eyes.
The allover natural look featured a white-gold hue applied from the inner corners of the eyes — the brand’s Eye Studio Color Plush Silk Eyeshadow was swept up to the brow and onto the outer corners for full coverage of the top lids.
The inner corners of the eyes also featured a shine for pop. A darker brown was applied to the crease. Eyebrows stood out thanks to Maybelline’s Define-a-Brow pencil.
In what was described as a “flawless” look, Fit Me Foundation and pressed powder was applied to the face. Finishing the look were nude, glossy lips, a result of Color Sensational Pearls Lipcolor in So Pearly, which was mixed with a lip balm.
Meanwhile, Bumble and bumble editorial stylist Neil Moodie went for a pretty, polished, tomboy effect on the hair, which was pulled back into smooth, low ponytails flowing out of straight side parts.
He achieved the look by prepping the hair with the brand’s Prep conditioning spray, a blow-dry aid and Styling Lotion. Bumble and bumble’s Spray de Mode hairspray kept the style in place.