By  on September 27, 2010

Giorgio Armani’s nomads were referenced in strong midnight blue eyes.
 
“Giorgio Armani wanted a really intense look,” said Linda Cantello backstage. “This is obviously Armani so although we’re giving model’s a sandy, dirty look they need to be groomed and beautiful.”
 
The look’s midnight blue shading was created using a new eye shadow called Contrast Velvet from Giorgio Armani.
 
The navy shade was smudged liberally above and below eyes, whilst black lashes and dark brows added to its intensity and complemented the collection’s turban-style hats. “It’s a new way to create a smoky eye,” said Cantello.
 
A bare lip and matte face with swathes of ochre blush complimented the look’s soulful eyes.
 
Tresses encased in caps were molded under hairnets by hairstylist Oribe using his namesake products including Gel Serum, Soft Lacquer Hair Spray and Dry Texturizing Spray.

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