By  on October 1, 2009

In contrast to the va-va-vooom clothes at Balmain, the show’s beauty look was quiet and au naturel.

“We are working and playing with every detail of the face without showing it,” said makeup artist Tom Pecheux.

Meanwhile, hairstylist Sam McKnight used no product or tools to get the fresh, albeit “slightly grungy” look.

Instead, he simply spritzed water on models’ hair and then ran his fingers through it. “I just wanted the girls to be their gorgeous selves,” McKnight said.

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