Hairstylist Paul Hanlon took Christopher Kane’s good-girls-gone-bad concept and ran with it.
“She’s a very pure and innocent looking girl who likes going to church. She looks like her mother has done her hair for her,” said Hanlon, who was working with Tigi. “On the way to church she met a boy and had a roll about in a field.”
To give the coif a disheveled yet innocent feel, Hanlon used Catwalk by Tigi Your Highness Thickening Gel Crème and Your Highness Root Boost Spray before using tongs to create a sense of movement. Hair was loosely side parted and twisted into a tumbledown chignon. The look was finished with Your Highness Firm Hold Hairspray.
Lucia Pieroni, who was working with Clé de Peau, also tapped a naughty-but-nice theme for makeup. “It’s cool and natural,” she said of the look.
Pieroni created a natural look for skin using Clé de Peau foundation. Satin Eye Color in shade 103 was used on eyes and as a highlighter on cheeks. Pieroni used eyeshadow to create a sense of depth for eyes, while lashes were devoid of mascara. Lips were finished with a rosy hue.