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The look backstage at Tommy Hilfiger was “fresh and clean” with a bit of prep.

 

Eugene Souleiman, for Wella, said, “it’s where minimalism meets natural beauty. It’s a strong, beautiful blow out.” Souleiman created straight center parts and gave hair a smooth finish, with a bit of bounce. Souleiman finished the look by applying Perfect Setting Ocean Spritz Beach Texture spray on the ends and tucking hair behind the ears.

 

Makeup, done by Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics, was meant to “enhance the girls’ faces.” Kendal contoured under models’ cheeks and in eye creases with a taupe powder and added Poised Blush on the apples of the cheek. Eye lids and the top of the cheeks were highlighted with Frost Pigment for a dash of light-catching glow. Kendal used Topsoil Crème Shadow softly in the crease and blended it out with a clean brush to create a “soft, smoky line.” She also brought some of the smoke to the bottom eye, by applying Deep Dark Brunette, smudged with a concealer brush onto the waterline. Lashes were curled but left without mascara and brows were brushed and filled “slightly” with Deep Dark Brunette Brow pencil for definition. Nothing was used on the lip. “It’s very Tommy,” said Kendal. “It’s preppy and modern and maybe a little hippie this season. It’s everyday but fresh and gorgeous.”

 

Nails were given a coating of Priti NYC’s Shirley Temple Peony, a “light pink” hue, designed to echo the “clean, preppy” silhouettes in the collection. “It’s an American, every day beauty look,” said Kim D’Amato, lead for Priti NYC. “It’s a put-together girl. It’s very clean, direct and realistic.”

<p>Backstage at Tommy Hilfiger RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Tommy Hilfiger RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Tommy Hilfiger RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Tommy Hilfiger RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

<p>Backstage at Tommy Hilfiger RTW Spring 2013</p>

Photo By: Kyle Ericksen

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