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A Juilliard dance student leaving class inspired beauty at Charlotte Ronson’s Spring-Summer showing.

Makeup artist Charlotte Willer created an ethereal face using a rosy-hued Maybelline Mineral Power Illuminator to highlight cheekbones. “It’s a ballerina meets the streets of New York,” said Willer, who applied Mineral Power Powder Foundation for a satinlike finish. Eyes were defined with Maybelline Lash Stiletto Mascara, while a dab of Color Sensational Lipcolor in pink shade 15 and lip balm made for a natural but blushing look. “There’s an energy to it,” said Willer.

Allen Ruiz, lead stylist for Avon used the brand’s new hair care line, Advanced Techniques, to create an “eighties ballerina,” he said. Ruiz pinned tight, twisted buns on the crown of the head. Flyaways and a few untucked strands gave the updo an undone feel. “It’s young and fresh, but a bit disheveled,” said Ruiz, who applied a volumizing spray from Avon Techniques for height. Hair texture was muted and had a slightly matte finish. “It’s young and healthy,” said Ruiz.

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

<p>Backstage at Charlotte Ronson RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Talaya Centeno

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