“They’re savage woodland brownies,” said Hannah Murray of the makeup look she created for Unique, Topshop’s premium line. “They’re weathered and wild.”
Using products from Topshop’s makeup line, which will bow later this year, Murray used her fingers to apply Skin Tint and Skin Glow Dark all over the face.
She used white kohl on the inner rim of the eye and gold paint on the inner corer of the eye and down the bridge of the nose.
In keeping with the woodland theme, Murray stuck heavy animal-like brows to models’ faces. “We spent 10 hours making the eyebrows,” she said.
Hair, created by Paul Hanlon, who was working with Bumble and bumble, had a similarly savage bent.
“They’re like wild creatures of the forest,” said Hanlon, who tonged hair to create a dry wavy texture before brushing and backcombing.
He also worked disheveled plaits into some sections, which he then pulled apart to create clumps of messy hair. Strips of fake fur and animal-inspired hats completed the look.