Backstage Beauty Beat: Jeremy Scott Fall 2014

By  February 14, 2014

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THE SHOW: Jeremy Scott

THE HAIR: It was all bout the wet look as Eugene Souleiman started by combing in an extra dose of Wella Professionals Brilliance Conditioner with a fine tooth comb for even texture. He then covered the strands in the brand’s Extra Volume Styling Mousse, patting the product in. He then used a wide toothed comb at the head to create the lines in the hair before loosening the ends for a piecey effect. He sealed in the style by drying the hair with a diffuser to prevent flyaways.

THE MAKEUP: Kabuki went fresh faced for the models, moisturizing their skin before a stitch of makeup went on. He covered flaws as needed, dusting the T-zone with powder before dappling a mix of MAC’s upcoming Coquettish and Morange Lipstick and a a dollop of the Pro Shine Mixing Medium for a subtle sheen. The eyes received a bronze shimmer care of the Sublime Nature Paint on the lid, the Pro Mid-Tone Sepia Cream Colour Base in the crease and topped with the Taupe Powder Blush. He smudged a little of the Coffee Eye Pencil on the lower lash line with a few swipes of mascara. He polished the look off with a coat of Siss Lipstick to fade out the natural pink on the models’ lips.

THE MANI: Patricia Yankee kept the wet look going by mixing a drop of her signature polish in Atonement with her top coat for a mostly clear and glossy look.