Makeup artist Charlotte Willer for Maybelline New York created whatshe described as a "masculine-feminine" look lead by a smoky,sparkling eye. To begin, she evened skin tone with Dream Matte Mousseand Mineral Power Natural Perfecting Concealer. The she applied abrown sparkling hue to the entire lid, and a generous amount ofmascara to the lashes. A sheer pink shade was dusted on the top of thecheekbones and Color Sensational lipstick in a nude-pink shade, dueout in September, was applied to the lips.

Hairstylist Jeanie Syfu for TRESemmé played with texture - lots of it- by setting hair in a figure eight using a 1-inch curling iron, which produced a"soft but edgy texture." She then pinned the curls to set them. Fromthe crown of the head down, she let the hair hang long and gatheredinto a low ponytail that ran down the shoulder. She then broke up thecurl using her fingers and finished the look with 24 Hour Bodyhair spray.

The Sally Hansen team collaborated with Tracy Reese for the ninthseason in a row, creating a lace design to mirror the collection. Tobegin, acrylic nails were painted with two coats of the putty-coloredshade Wet Clay. Then, black Leaver lace was layered on top of the nailfor texture.

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