Hannah Murray made sparkling lips the focus at Danielle Scutt’s show on Saturday. “In Danielle’s collection, there are references to flamenco and Spain, bringing to mind vintage postcards from Spain, which used to feature embroidery and have little skirts attached,” said Murray, who was working with MAC Cosmetics. “The idea was to add texture to the face with a bold, glittered lip.”
Murray used lip liner in Beet to create a perfectly formed pout before pressing chunky glitter blended with MAC Mixing Medium on top. “It looks like crushed colored glass,” she said. “The makeup is chic and polished, a little couture-like, but with an interesting twist.”
Murray used MAC Face and Body foundation to create a perfect complexion, Cream Colour Base in Root on eyes and cheeks and added a coat of mascara to top lashes.
Luke Hersheson, who was backstage at the show with L’Oréal Professionnel, took his cue from Alexandre de Paris and Seventies-era Yves Saint Laurent. “We created very graphic, ornate hairpieces,” said Hersheson, describing the look as ladylike with a dash of British eccentricity. “At the back we’ve worked in a French pleat.” The coif was finished with Tecni.art Crystal Gloss and Tecni.art Air Fix.