At DKNY, it was all about ponying up —the hair, that is.
Eugene Souleiman for Wella created a low, side ponytail. “It’s about symmetry and minimalism for DKNY’s 25th anniversary,” he explained. After adding Wella Perfect Setting — a wet styling product — to hair, he blew hair out pin-straight, parting on one side of the head and then flatironing for good measure. He swept the hair across the head, brushing it with a soft-bristle brush saturated with Wella Stay Styled Hairspray. Next, he put a few drops of Reflections oil in his palm, rubbed his hands together and ran the brush over his palm, then brushed through the hair again. To finish, he pulled hair into a low side ponytail on the opposite side of the head from the part and tied it with thin black cord.
Charlotte Willer, working for Maybelline at the show, kept things simple: after applying Dream Lumi concealer to perfect her canvas, she used Maybelline’s Master Brow for a groomed and defined look, red lip pencil rubbed into the cheeks for an offbeat flush and Color Vivid #890 in neon-red, an orangy-red shade, to finish.
Nails, done by the Essie team, used one coat of Limousine as a base, and one coat of Mademoiselle on top for a pink-tinged nude. A shiny top coat and cuticle oil finished the look.