Turn up the volume seemed to be the theme for hair at Carolina Herrera, where Orlando Pita, working for Moroccanoil at the show, created Sixties-inspired bouffants.
“Carolina wanted something unexpected, someting dramatic,” said Pita.
Pita began by putting a thin black hairband around each model’s neck. Next, he applied Moroccanoil Luminous Hair Spray to the hair and backcombed all over the head, adding more hairspray when done teasing. Next, Pita pulled the headbands up and on top of the teasing at the crown of the head, finishing with more hairspray.
Diane Kendal, working for MAC Cosmetics at the show, created what she called a “sculpted face” on the models. “Carolina wanted to make a big hair statement, so the makeup complements that,” she said. Kendal applied Sculpt blush under the cheekbones, adding Tenderling blush on the apples of the cheeks. She used taupe eye shadow in the contour and under the eye, adding black cream liner close to the roots of the lashes. She finished by applying Spice lip pencil on the lips.
Essie nail color in Not Just A Pretty Face, a blush pink that creator Essie Weingarten calls universally flattering. “It looks like an extension of the models’ fingertips rather than an obvious color,” she said.