“Miuccia Prada wanted to capture a wide-eyed innocence,” said makeup artist Pat McGrath backstage at Prada of the show’s blushing fall faces.
The wide-eyed look was masterminded through matching eyebrows to model’s natural hair color and leaving lashes mascara-less. Those youthful, blushing pink cheeks came courtesy of Max Factor’s blush applied to not only cheeks, but eyelids and lips too, worked on top of Max Factor’s Xperience Weightless foundation base.
Redken stylist Guido Palau matched Prada’s childlike faces with a nonchalant pulled back do.
After separating a section at the top of the hair to create the style’s prim front, Palau secured the remainder of hair into textured ponytails using long silver slides at the nape of the neck using Redken’s Forceful 23 Super Strength Finishing Spray.
“After seasons of a very stylized look at Prada, we’ve moved away from this. This is stylized, but in an innocent way,” said Palau.