“It’s a modern Forties,” said makeup artist Pat McGrath, who emphasized models’ mouths with a velvety red.
Skin was kept fresh, while eyes had lashings of Cover Girl’s LashBlast mascara. Some eyelids were kept au naturel, while a second group’s was painted with a lilac-colored shadow mixed with Eight Hour Cream for a wet look.
A third group’s peepers were dual-toned, with each model sporting a different mix of a darker and a lighter hue. Beige shimmer was brushed on to cheekbones and noses.
“It’s about the girls looking really fresh,” said McGrath, adding they were given full makeup “done with a light hand.”
Hairstylist Orlando Pita set all models’ hair with Bacall’s signature side part and wave, which was slightly brushed out. “It’s supposed to have a kind of contemporary feel,” he said.
To help get the look, Pita used a curling iron and his signature brand’s T3 Elevate and Control products.