PARIS — “Today, we’re not doing clean hair,” said Eugene Souleiman prior to the Chloé show. “It’s slightly dirty hair, flatter hair, and it’s going to have less volume to it and just be [stringier].
“It’s going to feel very, very natural,” continued hairstylist. “And it’s not going to be brushed, which is what I really like. It’s sexy in a really cool way.”
To get the look, Souleiman used a little bit of Wella Professionals Ocean Spritz Beach Texture Spray and Wella SP Hydrate Finish.
Lucia Pieroni, working with MAC Cosmetics, said she took a cue from the Nineties for the largely natural look.
After a face massage, models were given a tad of of cover-up, where needed, then a tad of face shine and a pinch of brown mascara.
“So it’s very simple, not really raw – it’s just that perfect skin,” she said.