By  on February 28, 2013

PARIS — For Carven, models were meant to look “fragile” and “vulnerable,” according to hairstylist Romina Manenti.

She went with a coif that was dry at the top of models’ heads, where hair was given lots of volume, and then wet at the tips.

“We’re going to soak the ends of the hair with water,” she said, adding the key product for the look was Bumble and bumble’s Spray de Mode.

Makeup artist Nina Haverkamp left faces fairly nude, save for a slight shine on eyelids and a touch of coral in the middle of mouths.

“It’s like faded away,” she said of the lip color.

Meanwhile, brows were messed up a bit.

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