Gleaning inspiration from the quintessential “Chloé girl,” hairstylist Guido Palau, representing Redken, described the beauty look at the show as simple, sexy and feminine.
“The hair is so beautiful and clean,” he added.
Palau wove models’ tresses into loose braids, which he said gave a nod to the Seventies.
Makeup artist Lucia Pieroni, for MAC Cosmetics, said, “We’re doing a very fresh, natural look, but taking it a little bit further with the lip.” She explained models’ mouths were colored a darker hue (with MAC’s Night Moth lip pencil) in the middle than on the sides, giving the impression the women had drunk black-current juice or red wine.
On models’ skin, she used some highlights.