The Thirties met “slight androgyny” in the makeup Lucia Pieroni created at Vera Wang’s show. Pieroni, working for Clé de Peau at the show, used two fall 2011 Cream Eye Color shades — Moonlight, a dark taupe-gray, and Moonshadow, a shimmery beige — to create a very dark gray taupe smoky eye.
Pieroni aimed for “amazing, yet slightly glowing skin,” applying Clé de Peau Silky Cream Foundation to skin with a brush and next applying Clé de Peau Extra Rich Lipstick in Albertine, a peachy shade. Pieroni dusted a bit of Moonshadow at the tops of cheeks and on the forehead to catch the light as the models moved down the runway.
Orlando Pita, working for Moroccanoil at the show, was inspired by the architectural and flowy lines of the collection in devising the hair. Pita first spritzed hair with Moroccanoil Hairspray and then blew it dry, scraping it back towards the back of the head. After teasing hair slightly, he pulled it into a low ponytail, then tucked the ponytail under and added a few pins, creating a bob-with-a-ponytail look.