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A modern take on faded Hollywood glamour inspired the makeup to complement Jill Stuart’s collection. “It’s very wearable,” said lead makeup artist Diane Kendal. Kendal lined the eyes with Jill Stuart Beauty Deep Brown Eye Pencil and applied a reddish-brown Kryolan grease paint to the eyelids. “The reddish brown gives that faded look,” said Kendal. She flushed the cheeks with MAC Cremeblend Blush in Ladyblush and topped off the lips with Korres Cheek Butter in Chara Crimson for a subtle stain.

Odile Gilbert, lead hairstylist for Kérastase, created clean, healthy hair. “The inspiration was sophisticated but fresh,” said Gilbert. Preparing damp hair with Kérastase Mousse Volumactive, Gilbert blew the hair straight using a round brush. She sectioned off the hair with hairspray, alternating between Kérastase Double Force and Double Force Controle Ultime for texture. She took the two front sections of the hair and placed them behind the ears and tied them together. To add shine, she added Kérastase’s new Elixir Ultime Moringa Immortel.

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Jill Stuart RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

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