At Stella McCartney it was all about a natural beauty look. Makeupartist Pat McGrath said McCartney wanted something “healthy and fresh.”So, McGrath made models look like they had just gotten back from a longwalk in the countryside, with rosy cheeks and “beautifulskin.”

Hairstylist Eugene Souleiman called the coifsat Stella McCartney “effortlessly glamorous.” To get the look, he addedextensions to most models’ hair to bulk up texture. After some barrelcurls were made then set, hair was finger-combedout.

“It doesn’t look old-fashioned; it looks real,”said Souleiman. “It just looks like great hair. Maybe it’s liketrumped natural beauty.”

Over atEmanuel Ungaro, meanwhile, models’ coifs were made to look â?œverysultry,” according to hairstylist LuigiMorenu.

“It’s very sexy, very night-clubby, but wedidn’t do Eighties hair,” he said. “It’s modern day, with beautifultexture, with beautiful movement.”

Makeup artist TomPecheux explained the look he created for Ungaro this season wasinspired by a “woman who loves the night. She loves to be superself-confident, she loves to have fun.”

Pecheux kepta focus on the eyes, on which he used eyeliner and applied a smokeyarmy green color. On models’ mouths, he used a pink-peach hue and atouch ofconditioner.

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