LONDON — “It’s a Charlie girl…with a very luxurious Seventies feel,” makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury said of the polished look she’d created for Issa’s fall show, referring to the famous Revlon fragrance and ad from that decade.
Using the Brazilian beauty brand Eudora, Tilbury applied a bronze eye shadow all over the lid and dusted a sparkly gold powder on top. She accentuated cheekbones with a sweep of the brand’s Sweet Mocha blush, and coated lips in Magic Toffee lipstick, finished with Super Glass lipgloss.
Meanwhile, hairstylist Malcolm Edwards pulled models’ hair back into sleek ponytails, a look he said was inspired by images that Steven Meisel shot for American Vogue in the late Seventies.
Edwards used L’Oreal Professionnel’s Play Ball Texture Tonic to give hair a glossy look, and then boosted the ponytails with hairpieces, which he teased to achieve what he called a “luxurious” look.
Finally, Edwards added shine with L’Oreal Professionnel’s Tecni.Art Crystal Gloss spray.