At Carolina Herrera, Orlando Pita was inspired by cone-shaped shells with his structured updos. “This is definitely not a style you can re-create at home,” Pita said with a laugh. He started by saturating hair with Spirulina Hairspray by Byron, then teased hair. He created two sleek French twists, one on each side of the head, and pinned them in place, then pinned the two twists together, creating a seam down the middle of the two twists. He finished with another generous application of hair spray.
Diane Kendal, working with MAC Cosmetics at the show, kept makeup pretty and polished in a “modern-day Twiggy” look. After applying a light layer of foundation, she put MAC cream blush in Have a Lovely Day, a rosy pink, on the apples of the cheeks and added a light application of MAC powder blush in Fleur Power. After mixing three lip palette shades together to create a pale-pink lip, Kendal turned her attention to the main event, eyes. She applied a very thin line of black eyeliner close to the lashes, then added individual false lashes on the top and bottom lashes. She then applied navy blue mascara on the top lashes and left the bottom ones product-free.
Gina Edwards for Morgan Taylor put two coats of the brand’s Heaven Sent, a marshmallow shade, on fingernails for an elegant finish.