Makeup artist Christelle Coquet said that to conceive the beauty look at Emanuel Ungaro, the house’s creative director Fausto Puglisi had her envision a girl traveling back to Paris from Arizona.
“She has been partying, having fun,” she said. “So he wanted something very natural.”
They opted for skin with a glow, rather than a shine. On models’ eyes she applied a brown hue.
Hairstylist Sam McKnight said he fashioned a look that’s “a little rough,” using tongs “to give a little movement. Every girls’ hair is [slightly] different.”
The coif was meant to counterbalance the fashion.
“The clothes are quite brightly colored and sort of high-octane, so they wanted the hair to be more real — a little more gritty — to sort of offset that,” he explained.