By  on September 27, 2009

Tom Pecheaux imagined a faded and romantic face at Marni. "It's like a Renaissance painting, full of rosy colors," said Pecheaux.

The makeup look also recalled an archtypical English rose type of beauty, which Pecheaux achieved with rosy taupe shadow on the eyes, leaving the lashes and cheeks bare and enhancing the lips with a warm plum stain.

Keeping with the romantic mood, Paul Hanlon tied headscarves around a messy bun of hair, pulling  pieces loose to frame the face.

Hanlon prepped the hair with TIGI Bedhead cream.

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