Tom Pecheux, lead makeup artist for Sunday Riley, referenced a British garden when speaking about the makeup for The Row. “The makeup needed to represent the clothes,” said Pecheux, “beautiful and elegant.” Pecheux said he used a lot of product but very little of each one. He began by prepping the skin with Sunday Riley’s Good Genes Treatment and Juno Transformative Lipid Serum. Then he applied a thin layer of foundation to conceal redness. The eyes were painted with an off-white vanilla and topped off with a light coat of mascara. Cheeks were blushed with a rosy shade to allude to the British Garden. And the lips were a matte mix of lipstick in Bare Honey and Marie Antoinette.
Hair, by Odile Gilbert for Kérastase, was pulled back in a chignon twist. “I think this is about the [designers’] identity,” said Gilbert, “it’s cool hair — but always a bit under control.” To keep the hair intact, Gilbert used Kérastase’s Double Force Hairspray to achieve the look and keep it in place.
Katie Hughes for Butter London created a glossy, square-shaped nail using two types of top coat. “We made it squeaky clean,” said Hughes, “almost to appear like a natural French [manicure].” To achieve this, Hughes used Horsepower, which is a nail fertilizer, and the Pretty Darn Quick Topcoat.