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Youth and Purity Key at Chloé

"The look is really incredibly pure and super natural," said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury.

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“The look is really incredibly pure and super natural,” said makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury, who was working backstage at Chloé with MAC Cosmetics. “The inspiration comes from Lauren Hutton, Jerry Hall and Brooke Shields. There’s a luscious eyebrow and a late Seventies feeling. It’s pure health, luscious and gorgeous.”

Tilbury used concealer on skin if needed and on eyelids, cheeks were flushed with Cream Color Base in Premeditated and an Eye Brows pencil in Fling was used to strengthen brows.

Hairstylist Luigi Murenu, who was working with Kérastase, meanwhile, aimed to create a vibrant look for locks by blow-drying side-parted hair with Kérastase Mousse Nutri-Sculpt. He then tonged some sections.

“It has a very young, youthful feel,” he said. “It’s almost virginal hair.” Murenu used a little Serum Nutri-Sculpt on ends.

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