Charlotte Tilbury, working with Victoria’s Secret Beauty, created catlike eyes for the Marios Schwab show Monday.
“Marios wanted the girls to have a very strong feline look, but still to be very beautiful and natural,” Tilbury said, adding she used black eyeliner to line the eyes and draw them upward and outward.
Eyeliner on lower lids was smudged and lashes accentuated with mascara. Tilbury used eye shadows in Between The Sheets, Vice and Primal on eye sockets, while bronzer was swiped under cheekbones and up to temples.
Hair, meanwhile, had a masculine edge.
“Marios wanted the girls to look masculine and to reference Twenties and Thirties men’s haircuts,” said hairstylist Duffy, who was working with L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.art.
To create the look, Duffy used Tecni.art Fix Design to set side- or center-parted hair while working it into a low ponytail using a wide-tooth comb. The ponytail was then worked into a rope shape to reflect jewelry worn with the collection.
The coif was finished with a spritz of Tecni.art Gloss Control shine spray.
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