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DKNY Beauty Returns to Innocence

The DKNY girl evidently was that innocent this season — and Charlotte Tilbury, working for MAC Cosmetics, made sure to accentuate it at the...

The DKNY girl evidently was that innocent this season — and Charlotte Tilbury, working for MAC Cosmetics, made sure to accentuate it at the designer’s Sunday show.

“She’s a wide-eyed innocent,” said Tilbury, who curled lashes (adding a few fakes if lashes were sparse) then applied a lengthening and separating mascara to the top lashes only. Then she blended two MAC lip colors — Rapturous and Blush — applying to the high cheek under the eye and to the lips. Eyes were kept pale, with a touch of foundation on the lids and brow bone.

Jimmy Paul, working for Bumble and bumble, was inspired by Charlotte Gainsborough and Kate Moss — “natural, ethereal hair” was his aim. First, Paul made a center part, then used liberal amounts of Bumble and bumble Thickening Spray and anti-frizz cream, blow-drying hair and styling with his hands rather than a brush. “It’s meant to look natural, only a little better,” said Paul, who finished the look with a touch of hair spray.

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