By  on September 18, 2016

"More is more," was the approach at Julien Macdonald's spring show, where Val Garland, working with L'Oréal Paris, said she wanted to give models a supermodel-style look."It is glamorous, but in an editorial way. She is a prom goddess. She loves makeup. She loves hair. It is very plastic fantastic, very Brigitte Bardot and Barbarella. We have got sculpting, highlighting, contouring, brushed-up brows. Basically, we are throwing everything at it.”Skin was prepped with L'Oréal Paris Truematch Foundation and Highlighter for a dewy look. For lips, Garland focused on a bubblegum hue, while lips were smeared with Gold Obsession lipstick then slicked with gloss.Blonds had their eyes done with a bronze, browny eyeshadow while those with darker tresses had theirs decorated in silvery gold and charcoal gray.Hair took its cue from the glam girl, which consisted of wavy tresses full of body. Hairstylist Sam McKnight parted hair and then gave it a soft wave. If a model’s hair were too thick or blunt, some hair was braided, to give it more body.

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