MILAN — "A bit of face architecture and a healthy, glowing, pumped-up beauty," said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury at Dsquared2.
Using MAC Cosmetics, she highlighted cheekbones and set them with a mixing medium for glimmer. Chocolate brown and a tawny powder was worked around the eyes, topped with gloss highlighter and finished with top-lash mascara under a strong, arched eyebrow "like Brooke Shields," Tilbury noted.
Lips took rosebud colors from the Fall 13 Forecast/Lips Palette.
"Although the collection has a glamorous, 1940s nightclub feel, I didn't want to create something so obvious," said hairstylist Sam McKnight.
To wit: Using Pantene Pro-V Deep Moisture Soufflé, he gave hair a masculine side part and gathered it into a soft, feminine ponytail. “The contrast references the Dsquared2 ethos of a masculine-feminine duality," McKnight explained.
Nails were polished in a dark red Morgan Taylor Nail Lacquer called From Paris with Love.