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Friday, February 20th, 2009

Walter | Scott Fantana

Scott Fontana, stylist and owner of Badass Hair gave the models at the Walter show some rock and roll hair that matched the edgy, sexy vibe of the collection. Scott and his team styled the girls using Badass Hair products. The style was a teased, tousled updo accented with velvet wrap around ribbon and feather pins.

“I wanted the hair to reflect the clothes and the whole edgy attitude that makes the Walter collection so cool. The updo was messy while still being chic, lots of teasing, but still really feminine,” says Fontana.

To create the style, Fontana used Badass Hair products including “Up All Night” to create volume, “Free” (a working hair spray) to tease the hair, “Lock Up” hair spray to hold the hair in place, and “Light It Up” hair shine to give the style a gorgeous sheen!

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Friday, February 20th, 2009

Nanette Lepore | Polly Osmond

Inspiration: “The look uses shades of rose gold in a bohemian traveller sort of way.”

Eyes: Studio Sculpt Concealer – spread on lids to even out skin tone. Coffee Eye Pencil – Applied to the top and bottom lashline. Powersurge Eye Kohl – Applied to the inner rim of the eye to open up the eye. Brassy Fluidline – Applied to eyelid and under eye to create a smoky look. Rose Gold Pigment – Applied on eyelids and under eye. Plushlash Plushblack Mascara – Applied to the top and bottom lashes to separate and elongate lashes. Lingering Eye Brows – Applied to eyebrows to create fullness.

Skin: Face & Body Foundation – Applied to face as a sheer base. Laid Back Blushcreme – Applied to apples of cheeks to give a rosy glow. Antique Rose Cream Colour Base – Applied over blushcreme to create a highlighted effect. Invisible Set Powder – Applied to the t-zone to matti fy.

Lips: Diva Lipstick – blotted onto lips with finger to create a stained look. Brassy Fluidline – Applied to the center of lips.

See breakdowns and face charts for Doo.Ri and Proenza SchoulerContinue reading →

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

We interviewed supermodel Heidi Klum, so check it out! :) We were VERY lucky to score this interview, as it seemed like mostly traditional media was invited (like E! News, OK Magazine, etc.!). Even though we didn’t have a lot of time to ask questions, it was really great and so exciting to meet her!

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

“Futuristic Barbie”

Face: Tinted Moisturizer and Perfecting Concealer. #2 Stila Sun Bronzer.

Eyes: Charm, Wisteria, Cobalt Smudge Pot, White Pearl Kajal Pencil

Lips: Topaz Kajal Liner, #1 Contour Pencil, Praline Lip Glaze

See breakdowns for Present Day & Past BarbieContinue reading →

Thursday, February 19th, 2009

François Nars | Marc Jacobs

After a 10 year hiatus, François Nars marked his return to the fashion runway in a larger than life way by leading the makeup direction for Marc Jacobs’ Autumn/Winter 2009 show. It included working with 65 models, and creating 65 different makeup looks. Nars’ unexpected return to fashion week can be attributed solely to Marc Jacobs. “We’ve known each other since the beginning so it was really fun to work with Marc again. I really love what he does,” said Nars.

Inspiration: The Marc Jacobs Fall 2009 collection paid homage to the New York night club scene of the 1970s and ‘80s. Drawing inspiration from these decades and the works of Sprouse, St. Laurent, and Halston, François Nars took into consideration each model’s individual beauty before creating a separate edgy look, reminiscent of the past but still very modern. “We are doing quite an eclectic look,” he said. The inspiration for diversity came from Nars’ book XRAY. “[Marc] wanted to keep that feeling,” said Nars, “the variety of looks, the same way we do the campaigns for NARS.” Overall, it was important that each girl look beautiful, even with strong theatrical looks. Much like the fashion, Nars emphasized having fun with makeup for the coming year, despite the times we live in- “It’s a good antidote.”

Look: Focusing on an edgy, night clubbing look, strong eyes and bold color were a major theme. Black shadow laid the foundation for creating the dramatic eye, to which the artists added cobalt blues, deep greens, bright purples, reds, fuchsias, and glitter. “There is a wide variety of color,” said Nars, “it’s whatever looks good on the girl.” For many of the models, porcelain skin was a key component, allowing the black eyes and bright colors to pop. “You want to play with makeup,” says Nars, “makeup is a great accessory – that is the message.”

I have to say that the Marc Jacobs show had some really fun, crazy and totally out-there looks, which is what made it one of my favorites this season! While Barbie’s show had the cuteness, Marc Jacobs has an edginess that I always look forward to seeing to during NYFW.

See several more images of the vibrant looks created at the Marc Jacobs show, plus some fun backstage shots! Continue reading →