Backstage at Jeremy Scott could have been mistaken for a beauty salon in Bedrock.
“It’s The Flinstones meets Japanese Harajuku girls,” said hairstylist Paul Hanlon, who was working with Tigi. “It’s a bit punky with mad colors. It’s over the top.”
Using colored hair extensions, Hanlon pulled hair up into high ponytails, which were crimped and brushed. He decorated some coifs with patterns using colored sprays and stencils, as well as bone-shaped accessories. Hanlon worked with Catwalk by Tigi Your Highness Root Boost Spray and Firm Hold Hairspray.
Pep Gay, who was working with MAC Cosmetics, also incorporated the theme into makeup. “It’s a bit punkish without being dirty,” he said.
To make peepers pop, Gay used Paint Stick in Basic Red over and under the eye and topped it with pink glitter. While eyelids were kept clean, he used eyeliner in Smolder and Feline along lashlines. “It’s not perfect eyeliner,” he said. “It’s a bit roughly done as it can’t look too pretty.”
Gay worked Powder Blush in Taupe under cheekbones to emphasize bone structures and blended concealer into lips to tone down their natural color.