Backstage at Missoni, a clique of cool girls sported flowing tresses and no makeup. Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman said the long, loose hairstyle had a “beautiful, clean look to it.”
Souleiman, who worked with Wella, used the brand’s Ocean Spritz at damp roots to add texture. Afterward, he pinned the locks in a twist at the back, then blew the hair dry to give it a slight kink when it was undone. To match Souleiman¹s slightly wavy style, makeup artist Lucia Pieroni kept the face bare.
“It’s no makeup,” she said, adding she only used concealer to cover blemishes, and eyebrow gel and lip balm.
Instead Pieroni concentrated on prepping the skin with moisturizing masks and facial massages to increase circulation. “It gets the skin glowing,” Pieroni said.