At Cynthia Steffe on Friday morning, Bumble and bumble hairstylist Rolando Beauchamp went for a look that was “reminiscent of the Seventies.”
He did a disheveled, wavy down ’do with a part in the middle.
“The hair is natural, brushed and disheveled,” said Beauchamp. “This makes it more like a cool girl.”
If girls arrived backstage with hair that was too curly, Beauchamp did a light blowout and twisted the hair to get waves.
He used a combination of Bumble and bumble Surf Spray, Grooming Creme and Does It All hair spray to get the look.
Makeup artist Christian McCulloch, who created the look for MAC Cosmetics, described what he created as “a very fresh, dewy, sultry summer look.
“The clothes are feminine,” he added, “so I wanted the girls to look pure feminine.”
He mixed MAC’s Gloss Texture with the brand’s Strobe Cream, a highlighter, across the eyelids and cheekbones “to give a dewy, youthful glow.”
He added a concealer to perfect the skin and Lip Conditioner SPF 15 in a shade called Petting Pink to create a pale pink lip and “accentuate the fullness and color of the lips.
“The inspiration was the idea of a very easy style,” he said, “an innocent, pretty girl [in] summer.”