Big and wild was the look at Luca Luca on Friday afternoon, where hairstylist Teddy Charles did teased up, poufed dos.
Charles, who was working on behalf of Cutler Salon, created the style by first pinning the hair into small, tight curls all around the head. He then released the curls and teased them back toward the roots, leaving some curl at the ends of the hair.
“It’s very dramatic,” he said understatedly in a thick French accent, adding that he used Redken hair spray to keep the voluminous masses in place.
Makeup artist James Kaliardos, who was working on behalf of MAC Cosmetics at Luca Luca, created what was described as a “Seventies Kim Basinger with a Twenties edge, sensual but not vulgar.” He applied a neutral cream color on the cheeks, and a liquid cream black on the eyes, which was then brushed loosely onto the outer edges of the eyes.
“It’s black, smudgy and sexy feeling,” he said. “It’s heavy on the outer part of the eye, moving everything outward. It’s not too precise.”
One the lips he put a pinkish, deep rose color, “which gives you sophistication but [stays] girly.”