By  on February 11, 2014

Much like the designer herself, Tory Burch’s beauty look was understated and polished.

Diane Kendal began the makeup by moisturizing skin and applying a light layer of foundation. Next, she used a coppery greasepaint on the eyelids, brushing it out for a smooth finish, followed by a light application of black eyeliner along the top lash line. Kendal curled lashes but skipped mascara. Next, Kendal grabbed two items from Burch’s makeup line with the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc.: a bronze-pink blush “for a fresh flush to the cheeks,” and a nude lipstick for a pretty finish.

Eugene Souleiman took an even more laid-back approach to the hair, blowing it smooth where necessary and parting hair in the middle, brushing it out straight. “It’s appropriate for the clothes,” he said. “And it’s an early show, so why would you want to do anything too heavy?”

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