A bronzed and glowing Talitha Getty aboard a yacht on the Mediterranean was the inspiration for beauty at Blumarine.
“The look harks back to the Seventies and I really wanted model’s skin to appear almost like cashmere,” said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who was working with MAC Cosmetics.
She liberally layered MAC’s Mineralize Bronzer to the face before applying a gold highlighter to cheekbones.
“I wanted blush to be visible like in the Seventies, yet not contoured,” said Tilbury. Black mascara was added to both top and bottom lashes while eyes were lined with MAC’s brown Teddy Kohl eyeliner.
Brooke Shields was the inspiration behind the models’ strong brows, which were darkened with a tawny brow-liner.
“It’s almost like a Seventies hair commercial,” said hairstylist Sam McKnight of the model’s voluminous, yet weightless tresses created using Pantene’s new Acqua Light range of hair products.
“Generally what I’ve noticed this season are the many variations of straight, glossy, finished hair as opposed to the messy beach hairstyles we saw last summer,” noted McKnight. “These glossy styles lend themselves to the current Seventies trends we’ve seen on the catwalks.”
Pantene’s Aqua Light Nourishing Mist — a leave-in conditioner — was applied to the model’s roots to remove signs of frizz before blow drying added volume and soft, face-framing curls.