“With the hair, we wanted to channel a childish, youthful vibe, taking its lead from children’s dolls,” said hairstylist Paul Hanlon, who was working backstage at Peter Jensen with L’Oréal Professionnel Tecni.art. He started by working Tecni.art Extra Strong Mousse through models’ hair and blow-drying. The top section of hair was kept straight, while Hanlon used tongs to create erratic horizontal kinks through the midlengths and ends, which were later brushed out to create a fluffy A-line-shaped head. He finished the coif with Infinium hair spray.
“We wanted the models to be polished and chic, but with a childlike charm,” said makeup artist Hannah Murray, who was working with Shu Uemura. She juxtaposed candy-cute pink lips with translucent skin, created with a light covering of Nobara Cream Foundation. Murray blended Shu Uemura Drawing Lip Pencil in Pink 360 with Rouge Unlimited lipstick in White 001 to create a girlish hue for pouts. Eyebrows were slicked with clear eyebrow gel and a smidge of eye shadow in Earth Brown over eyes completed the fresh-faced look.