Two-Toned Topknots And Extraterrestrial Eye Make-up At L.A.M.B. Spring 2018: Backstage Magnificence
THE INSPIRATION: The beauty of the Indian woman.
HAIR:”We love the black hair. We love the kohl. And we side braid on short hair love that entire exotic element,” mentioned Danilo, lead hairstylist for Pantene, on the collection’s muse. “However we actually needed to deliver it to today and make it young and cool.”
He used Pantene Beautiful Lengths Smoothing Balm to slick the models hair into a excessive ponytail and secured it with hooked elastics. Subsequent, Danilo placed a drawstring ponytail extension on top and pulled pure locks by. He twisted all the hair right into a knot, allowing it to fall onto itself. He roughed it up by releasing a few items, however added a contact of softness with face-framing pieces. To finish, the stylist spritz on Pantene Medium-Thick Hairspray for a more durable hold.
Hair and makeup at L.A.M.B. Spring 2012 show. Photograph: Frazer Harrison/Getty Photographs for Mercedes-Benz Style Week
Makeup: Make-up artist Charlotte Willer for Maybelline began by evening out the ladies’ complexion with Fit Me Foundation and Pressed Powder. Then she created an edgy, angular eye look utilizing a great deal of mascara, black liner and grey shadow from the Maybelline Pink Persuasion Eye Studio Colour Plush palette. Willer introduced warmth to the face with Maybelline Blush in Deep Rose Pink and Colour Sensational Pop Sticks lip colour.