LONDON — Sharon Tate’s turn in "Valley of the Dolls" inspired hair and makeup at Julien Macdonald.
“It’s sexy and bedhead-y in, but in a modern way,” said hairstylist Malcolm Edwards, who was working with L'Oréal Professionnel.
Edwards prepped hair with Tecni.Art Pli, Hot Style Constructor and Play Ball Texture Tonic before styling with tongs. Hair was worn loose save for some sections, which were pinned in place.
James Kaliardos, who was working with L’Oréal Paris, also referenced Tate for the show’s makeup look. The makeup artist opted not to focus on one particular feature. “It’s really about treating the whole face,” he said.
Kaliardos used Studio Secrets Professional Smoothing Resurfacing Primer to prep skin, and eyeshadows in brown and Champagne hues to create a rounded eye shape.
He elongated central lashes with Volume Million Lashes mascara to accentuate peepers’ rounded appearance. He used lip liner and lipstick in rosey hues.
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