LONDON — Backstage at Christopher Kane’s show, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni using Nars, created what he called “A young, cute Frankenstein face.”
She started from a clean, subtly iridescent base, achieved by using a highlighter down the center of the face, from the forehead to the cupid’s bow of the lips, and then blended on either side. Eyebrows were heavy and under-eyes were emphasized with black eyeliner pencil.
Anthony Turner said he “de-glamorized” models’ hair using Catwalk by TIGI.
“Christopher wanted the models to look quite tough, almost bitchy and hard. I’ve been combing through Catwalk Session Series Wet Look Gel with a wide-tooth comb, and slightly raking it with my fingers. It’s fastened at the back in a very low ponytail — very androgynous,” he said.