LONDON — “My muse for the Alice Temperley makeup is Lauren Hutton as I love the pictures of her looking so sexy, but so innocent and youthful at the same time,” said makeup artist Lisa Eldridge.
She eschewed foundation, opting for Sunday Riley Effortless Tinted Primer, cream concealer as bronzer and highlighting the cheeks. Lids were given a wash of bronze and glossed last minute with a golden shimmer.
The idea for lips came from model Thea Hudson who arrived earlier that day for her catwalk debut. “She has the most amazing natural lip color,” marveled Eldridge, who custom blended a replica, christened it Thea Pink and applied it on all the models.
Malcolm Edwards said the hair emulated a West London glam girl. Drying in L’Oréal Professional Volume Lift Mousse for texture, he tonged sections of hair before braiding them together, French plait style. He then attached glossy wefts of hair extension on top to create a high ponytail finished with a slick of Crystal Gloss.