LONDON — “The reference was Tom’s muse Carine Roitfeld, with a boyish handsome brow,” said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who used Tom Ford Beauty products.
She said the look was achieved by filling in the natural arch using lots of thin strokes in the direction of the hair growth. Eyelids were painted a chocolate color with a pink undertone, outlined in a coffee shade, and then covered with Eight Hour Cream. Lips were painted in Sable Smoke, Coco Ravish, or Blush Nude according to skin tone.
Nails had been lengthened prior to the show with temporary tips to ensure uniformity, and Liza Smith slicked on two coats of either Toasted Sugar or Milk Brulee, depending on the model’s skin tone.
Hairstylist Orlando Pita created a boyish look, slicked back with a deep side part. Most importantly, he said, the back locks were tucked away so the style resembled a man’s cut.