By  on March 4, 2011

PARIS – Just as Yohji Yamamoto’s fashion collection involved layered pieces, its beauty look had layered elements.

Eugene Souleiman felted models’ hair and wool, which were mixed and piled in seemingly gravity-defying mounds. The hairstylist used multicolored strands of the fabric.

“I’ve been storing this wool for about a year now, and I’ve been waiting for the right moment to bring it out,” he said.

For her part, makeup artist Pat McGrath layered the color black with sparkles on models’ peepers.

“We just wanted [the look] to be these ink black eyes with glitter,” she explained.

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