Hairstylist Erin Anderson described the look she created for TRESemmé at Yigal Azrouël Friday afternoon as a “play on a classic ponytail.”
Hair was first pulled into tight ponytails, then looped downward and brought back through elastic bands to form a sort of bun with flyaways. The hair reemerged under the buns into straight lengths over the nape of the neck.
“They bounced when the girls walked,” Anderson said of the ponytails. “It wasn’t overly done. It was effortless but put-together.”
Makeup artist Jeanine Lobell used charcoal shadow from Stila, the cosmetics brand she founded, to create a dramatic cat eye at Azrouël. The dark shadow was brushed on top and bottom lids and then tapered into points past the outer corners of the eyes.
Faces were kept minimal with just a touch of contour and lips were neutral, showing only a hint of a light hue or pale pink.