An escape from the blistering cold and snowy weather, the beauty look at Creatures of Comfort was warm and cozy, alluding to a camping trip.
“I’m doing washes of different tones, leaning towards warm on everybody unless it really doesn’t match their skin tone,” said Simone Otis, who keyed the makeup for Shiseido. Otis started the look by applying the Shiseido Synchro Skin Glow Foundation on the face, then used a caramel-hued eye shadow on the eyes, lips and cheeks to warm up the face. For a bit of shine, she then applied a metallic gold color to the corners of the eyes, cupid’s bow and cheekbones to add some highlight. The look was finished off with a swipe of red lipstick and lip balm again applied to the eyes, lips and cheeks for a flush of color and to create a dewy effect. “It’s diffused, but if you look at it, it’s a myriad of colors,” she said.
Two looks were created for the hair: one a wavy short hairstyle and the other a messy braid. “The collection is very woodsy and camping inspired,” said Justine Marjan, who led hair for TRESemmé. “We want this to almost look like she slept on it.” To create the messy styles, the hair was first washed with the TRESemmé’s Repair & Protect Shampoo and Conditioner. For the wavy style, Marjan used the brand’s Extra Firm Control Mousse to create texture, then used a flatiron to gently curl the hair by folding the strands over the iron. The braided look was created also with the mousse to give the hair weight before twisting it together in a messy braid. For both looks, TRESemmé Fresh Start Basic Care Dry Shampoo and Two Firm Control Hairspray were used to give the hair a matte and textured look.
An array of earthy pinks, greens and gray colors were seen on nails with each model wearing a different color on each nail. “We saw the collection and immediately thought we need to go back to nature,” said Naomi Gonzalez, who led nails for Zoya. “[The colors] not only represent the essence of the designer, but also of nature.”