MILAN — “It’s all about clean hair with a light, delicate texture that doesn’t rely on shine to look healthy,” hairstylist Luigi Murenu said about his style for Salvatore Ferragamo’s spring runway.
He finger-raked Kérastase Mousse Bouffante and Spray à Porter through hair and lightly heated it with tongs. With fingers, an imperfect middle part was cut halfway into the crown. Before models hit the runway, hair lengths were finger-rubbed.
Makeup artist Diane Kendal aimed for clean and natural, powder-free skin, created with MAC Cosmetics. After the face was massaged with Mineralize Charged Water moisturizer, skin was spot-concealed with Matchmaster Foundation.
On eyes, Coffee Eye Pencil was run from the upper eyelid outer corner to the lower lid and then blended. The upper lash line was traced in a very thin arc of Creme Liner in Black and Lilywhite Pigment was dusted on the inner and middle eyelid. Cheekbones and eye contours were defined in a wash of Coffee Walnut Pro Sculpting Cream.
Velvetese Lip Pencil muted the lips of rosy hues. Toenails were polished in a single coat of Chanel Le Vernis in Frenzy 559 and sealed with a topcoat.