By  on September 6, 2012

The runway look at Veda was influenced by the tie-dye prints that adorned the collection. Nick Arrojo’s lead hairstylist, Lee Jackson, kept a Sixties punk sensibility with an ombré pale purple Mohawk. Makeup by Tanya Cropsey for Bobbi Brown included a bold cat-eye with blue mascara. To add a cosmic effect, Butter London’s lead manicurist, Katie Hughes, decorated the nails with the brand’s Sloane Ranger and Toff polishes. “To give it a bit of a tie-dye effect, we’ve used Knackered over the top,” said Hughes. “It’s really great customizer shade and has about a million different colors that go through it.” To top it off, Hughes added a graphic accent line down the middle of each nail to give it a little edge.

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