Backstage at Vera Wang Tuesday morning, Bumble and bumble hairstylist Jimmy Paul created three different looks that had one thing in common — texture and lots of volume.
Soft, fuzzy locks were either up in messy French twists, half up and half down or pulled back tight into chignons. The Sixties-inspired dos also had a lot of height.
To finish the retro look, Paul used Bumble and bumble Surf Spray as well as the brand’s Thickening Spray.
While makeup at the show was low key, the eyes and brows turned out to be the strongest part of the look. Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni, who was working on behalf of Clé de Peau Beauté, drew her inspiration from fashion designer Paul Poiret. She combined taupe and silver-gray Satin Eye Color on the lids and applied a gold shade on the brow, a hue that was also used to highlight the cheeks. A gray pencil lent strength to the eyebrows.
Pieroni applied Clé de Peau Beauté’s Luminizing Enhancer Base to the face to create sheer, glowing skin. Still, the overall look was bare and boyish with lips that were kept nude.