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“Aristocratic ladies who hit the slopes,” makeup artist Pat McGrath said of the inspiration behind the look she created for D&G. Porcelain skin was achieved using Dolce & Gabbana face powder and foundation. Eyeliner was applied to the outer corner of the eye to define the lash line — and lashings of lip balm and rosy cheeks conveyed an enviable outdoors glow.

Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman, working on behalf of Wella, said he had been inspired by the fur snow boots that graced the runway. “The boots look heavy, yet in reality, they are light and have a fluidity. I wanted to create a similar feeling with the hair,” he said of its relaxed movement. Hair was washed using Wella Professionals shampoo and conditioning balms, so “it was clean and not weighed down by product.” Tendrils were pinned into loose chignons that were let down before the show to create the shiny, natural-looking locks.

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Delphine Achard

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

<p>Backstage at D&G Fall 2010</p>

Photo By: Dave Yoder

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