By  on February 18, 2012

LONDON — Beauty at the Temperley show drew inspiration from Julie Christie's iconic look in "Doctor Zhivago."

''It is a young, fresh and natural face with frostbitten, flushed cheeks,'' said makeup artist Val Garland.

Garland evened out the skin with L'Oréal's Nude Magique BB Cream, before layering different shades of pink cream blushers on the cheeks.

She painted lips with a matte, dusty pink shade. Eyes had curled lashes and a fine, almost invisible eyeliner.

Telegraphing a Sixties mood, hairstylist Malcolm Edwards created a "quirky yet classy" chignon with lots of texture and a loose finish using L'Oréal's Texture Tonic and Sparkling Mist. 

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