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Dark and Romantic at Tuleh

Deep, rich colors were necessary for makeup artist Polly Osmond to utilize at Tuleh, being that the fashion here is usually equally rich in texture and shade.

Deep, rich colors were necessary for makeup artist Polly Osmond to utilize at Tuleh, being that the fashion here is usually equally rich in texture and shade. Osmond chose three MAC metallics (bronze, gold and rose) to color lids, and she didn’t hold back in using them. Eyes were accented by chocolate brown eyeliner in lid creases; eyes were finished off with heavy coats of mascara. Lips were painted a toffee shade and slicked with a touch of lip gloss. Skin was natural but cheeks were accented with a touch of a shader.

Hair at Tuleh, styled by Yannick d Is for Redken, took on a Seventies-Charlotte Rampling look, with loose, voluminous waves falling from a middle part. The style was achieved in part by Redken’s new No. 5 mousse, and smoothed with the brand’s No. 01 gloss. Hair was finished off with finger brushing.

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