By  on September 21, 2013

"It's another interpretation of easy, natural hair," hairstylist Guido Palau said about the look he created for the Roberto Cavalli spring 2014 collection.
 
Palau used fingers to rake-in Redken products. First, Shine Flash 02 was used on the scalp-area. Hair ends were lightly wrapped around a curling iron and sealed with Workforce 09. To finish, hair was center-parted with fingers and tucked behind the ears.
 
Working with MAC Cosmetics, makeup artist Diane Kendal prepped skin with moisturizer before laying down a light-coverage foundation comprised of two sculpting products. Casual Colour Lip and Cheek Colour in Keep It Loose was finger-blended onto the apples of the cheeks.
 
Copper Beach Pro Sculpting Cream was dabbed beneath the cheekbones and pulled into the eye contour where it was finger-blended with a warm, coffee-toned hue. Eyelids were traced at the upper lash line with black liner and lips were matted with a moisturizing lip pencil.
 
An additional layer of moisturizer was added over the final look, with an emphasis on cheekbones and forehead. "For a bit of shine, not shimmer," Kendal explained.
 
For nails, Keri Blair, MAC Cosmetics senior artist, mixed silver Discothèque Nail Lacquer and purple-violet Girl Trouble Nail Lacquerinto Overlacquer top coat. Toes were polished in a neutral-nude tone.

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