THE SHOW: Libertine
THE HAIR: Akemi Tamaribuchi gave the models the-day-after glamour by first creating texture with a blast of Kérastase’s Spray-A-Poter from roots to ends before creating a small anchor braid at the nape of the neck.She then sprayed the Powder Bluff throughout the tresses, teasing the hair in section for a fluffier look. She then tucked the end to the anchor braid to create a faux bob effect and pulled out a few strands in the front for movement, polishing off the look with a veil of Laque Dentelle.
THE MAKEUP: Katie Hughes took over the face and fingers of the models this time around, creating an illuminated smokey eye. She first curled the lashes added a few swipes of Butter London’s Wink Mascara in Union Jack Black. Hughes then used an eye pencil in the same hue to define a wing before filling in the and pressing Jet Black shadow from the brand’s upcoming collection over it. She then lined the lower lashes with the Alabaster Gaze eye pencil and covered in in the same hue in cream shadow with brushed up brows. After moisturizing the skin and hiding any flaws, the contoured the hollows of the cheeks with the brand’s Cream Bronzer in Bit Faker. She finished the look by pressing in the new Lippy Lip Balm in Teddy Boy to make it matte.
THE MANI: Hughes paired Butter London’s The Black Knight with Diamond Geezer as a base for lots of glitter. She brushed on Stardust and Anorak with an added dose of holographic glitter for extreme sparkle!