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“It’s glamorous and Seventies, but in a modern soft-focus way,” said makeup artist Makky of the looks he created for Nicole Farhi. “It’s all about the eyes and blending – there are no hard edges.”

On blonde models, Makky, who was working with MAC Cosmetics, used eye shadow in Beautiful Iris on lids and Sour Lemon underneath. For brunettes he used green and maroon hues.

While he opted for a matte finish for skin, he injected complexions with glow by using Powder Blush in Peaches on cheeks and Mineralize Skinfinish to highlight areas of the face.

Meanwhile, Sam McKnight, who was working with Pantene, combined inspirations culled from the Forties and Seventies for hair. “It’s almost a disco vibe with a rockabilly feel,” said the hairstylist, adding he pulled hair forward on the top of models’ heads to create two rolls. “I’m then destroying it so it looks off kilter.”

McKnight used Frederic Fekkai hair spray and Pantene gel to create the look.

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

<p>Backstage at Nicole Farhi RTW Spring 2010</p>

Photo By: Giovanni Giannoni

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