PARIS — Makeup artist Christelle Cocquet said designer Fausto Puglisi wanted the models at the Emanual Ungaro show to be “as much as possible as they are.
“So what we did actually is like make a second skin,” she said. “It’s like a very transparent makeup, just a little bit of shine on the eyes to catch the light.”
Lashes were curled then coated with transparent mascara, eyebrows were worked on a bit and a touch of lipstick was added to cheeks as a blush.
Cocquet, working with MAC Cosmetics, used a new eye shadow for fall, called Breaking Ground, and two upcoming lipsticks, called Yield to Love and Mocha Latte.
To get a natural hair look, stylist Sam McKnight defrizzed models’ tresses, blowing them out with a round brush and next putting some wave back in with a curling iron.
“I want it to look like they haven’t done anything to it,” he said, adding each model’s hair has to be treated individually to get the same result, however.
Key products used were Fudge Salt Spray and Oribe Dry Texturizing Spray.