Hair for Charlotte Ronson’s fall-winter showing was “textured,” “Bohemian” and “nomadic,” according to TRESemmé’s lead hair stylist, Jeanie Syfu, who noted, “It’s Seventies rock with baroque elements.
Syfu infused texture by blending TRESemmé Naturals Dry Shampoo and Lightweight Mousse for a natural, shine-free finish. She fingered out the loose curls for long fuss-free, sexy waves. “We wanted the girls to look like exactly how they do in the casting,” said Syfu. “This is a girl who doesn’t need to think too much about her look.” Turbans, in a variety of colors and patterns, were tied distinctively atop models’ heads. Jeweled ornaments were affixed to the sides of the turbans, for a slightly different look on each girl.
Makeup, done by Gilbert Soliz for the Sephora PRO Beauty Team, was equally undone. “We wanted a supersheer look,” said Soliz. “It looks like she walked a mile.” He used a brown matte shadow on lids and dotted MakeUp Forever’s Aqua Eyes liner in Pearly Brown under the eye. “It looks like its been worn for a bit and washed through.” Complexions were translucent, as Soliz applied a water and silicone-based foundation on both face and body for “skin that peaks through.” Lashes were coated with DiorShow Mascara.
Lips were given a light massage with Sephora FACE Very Sexy Nourishing Limp Balm SPF 15 for a healthy, naturally rosy glow. “We wanted skin and lips to merge together.”