By  on February 16, 2014

“Julien is thinking iconic, religious and about the idea of stained glass,” said L’Oréal Paris makeup artist Val Garland, holding up a picture of model Guinevere Van Seenus. Garland anchored the look with matt foundation, L’Oréal Magique Eau de Teint, and spotlighted eyes with the brand’s Midnight and Bronze palettes – with a touch of Superliner Gelmatic and cream pencil on the inside rim. Stick-on nails by Ama Quashie were matched to eye makeup with a custom blend of Blue Reef, Black Swan and Divine Indigo for blues and Hypnotic Red for reds. Hair by Jamis Pecis centered on “a broken-down wet look with a little volume on top and tighter at the sides.” He achieved it with L’Oréal Paris Boost + Gloss Mousse, plenty of Elnett and Invisi’ Hold clear gel painted onto the roots with a brush. Slicked-back hair was secured via an elastic stitch made with a needle and thread.

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