All-American golden girls were the order of the day for beauty at Ralph Lauren.
Tom Pecheux described the makeup as “very, very natural — like a cowgirl in Montana who doesn’t spend too much time on her makeup.” After evening out skin tone where needed with foundation, Pecheux swept highlighter across the eyelids to catch the light, also adding highlighter on the cheeks, nose and temples. He used a mixture of highlighter and bronzer to give cheeks a slight flush, finishing the look with brown mascara on the top and bottom lashes.
Guido Palau, working with Redken at the show, kept things simple as well. “It’s just a simple, windblown look,” he said. He saturated hair with Wind Blown 05 texturizing spray, then wrapped hair around a wide-barreled curling iron and let it air-dry.
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