MILAN — “Not a minimal look — rather pure and modern,” makeup artist Tom Pecheux said about the look for Marni’s runway.
Studio Sculpt SPF 15 Foundation equalized complexions and Mineralize Concealer minimized under-eye shadows. Blushcreme in Posey mixed with Lush Life Mineralize Rich Lipstick was rubbed on the cheeks.
Brows were filled with Top Soil and mascara was brushed onto the tip of the lashes. Glamour Era Mineralize Rich Lipstick mixed with Cream Color Base in Root was rubbed on the eyelid, the latter then mixed with Lush Life and dabbed onto the lips.
Hairstylist Paul Hanlon said designer Conseulo Castiglioni “wanted an off-the-shoulders style.”
He used a slather of Tigi Bedhead Superstar Queen For A Day Thickening Spray to make hair look a bit drier. A messy side part was fixed across the face and hair was worked into a loose, baggy ponytail and arbitrarily pinned-up to affect a well-worn chignon.Small strands and layers of hair were pulled from the front to add movement.
“Like a working girl, running around to appointments all day,” Hanlon said.
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