At Proenza Schouler, the beauty look was all about the part. Literally.
“This season, the hair is a little more considered than normal,” said Paul Hanlon, working with Bumble and bumble at the show. “It references the skate culture, the surf culture and California, but a little bit grungy.” After using Bumble and bumble Prep and Styling Lotion, he created a deep, low side part, following the forehead with hair’s placement. He used hair spray to finish, to make sure the hair stayed close to the scalp. Before models hit the runway, he pulled random strands out “to break up the perfection.”
Diane Kendal, working with MAC Cosmetics at the show, also aimed for a beachy beauty look. After using MAC Pro Conceal and Correct Palette where necessary on the face, Kendal tapped Cremeblend Blush in Posey on the center of the cheeks. Returning to the eyes, she applied Conceal and Correct Palette on lids, followed by Richly Honed eye shadow softened with a moisturizer-laden Q-tip. Brows were filled in only if needed and lips got a coat of concealer to finish.
Nail artist Honey used MAC’s Green Pearl, a yellow-green, on nails.