LONDON — Backstage before the Tom Ford show, makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury said that Margaux Hemingway and Brooke Shields served as muses inspiring the beauty look.
“Tom wanted that lush, gelled-up Eighties brow on a healthy-looking, Evian-drinking” women with luxurious, radiant skin, said Tilbury.
She prepped models’ faces with Tom Ford Beauty Intensive Infusion Ultra Rich Moisturizer, a little concealer and a slick of the brand’s Warm Almond foundation.
On brows, Tilbury applied Ford’s Brow Sculptor. She also coated models’ eyelids and lips with Shade and Illuminate.
For his part, hairstylist Orlando Pita created a mussed-up chignon.
“The clothes are quite powerful, so this texture acts as a contrast to those sharp, structured silhouettes,” he said.
Liza Smith used Ford’s Naked nail polish on models’ fingers and Toasted Sugar on their toes.