MILAN — Gold-flecked eyes by makeup artist Linda Cantello and natural tresses by hairstylist Franco Gobbi lent an individualistic, fresh spirit at the spring 2013 Emporio Armani show.
Cantello, using Giorgio Armani Cosmetics, started with Maestro Fusion Makeup SPF15. Soft, gold brush strokes framed the eyes.“It’s a lovely hint of eclecticism and a subtle, new way to make the eyes pop," she said.
Lips were dashed with Shade 101 from a nude-tone Rouge d'Armani Sheer lipstick line that bows in spring 2013.
“Structured in a super-fresh, natural way,” hairstylist Franco Gobbi said of the shimmery hair, which was freshly-washed and treated with a mix of silicone serum and light Moroccan oil. After a low, side part was made, hair was tucked behind the ears.
Hair fasteners in variegated leather and buckles were clipped at the back of the head, sourced from the Emporio Armani 2013 accessory line.
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