By  on February 21, 2016

Lynsey Alexander, working with MAC Cosmetics at Mary Katrantzou, echoed the collection's cowboy shirt motifs. "We took the stars and the hearts in the collection and interpreted them into the makeup with a cupid's bow lip," she said. Skin was prepped with Waterweight Foundation, Prep + Prime Highlighter Pens and dusted with Prep + Prime Translucent Powder. Eyelids were dabbed with clear Lipglass and cheeks blushed with Quik Trik Stik in Here You Go. The cupid's bow was created using Burgundy Lip Pencil and Retro Matte Liquid Lip in Dance With Me All Over. Hairstylist Duffy used L'Oréal Professionnel products to achieve a graphic fringe that sat at right angles to the face and was pinned back to form a star, also mirroring the collection, he said. He created a hard center parting and blow-dried the roots flat using Tecni.Art Pli before saturating the front section in Tecni.Art Fix Design. He used a chopstick to create the angle.

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