Backstage Beauty Beat: Vera Wang


The Show: Vera Wang

The Hair: Paul Hanlon focused on texture by creating a center part, dampening the hair, and applying Moroccanoil Volumizing Mousse from roots to ends. Hanlon then blow dried the hair, using his hands to twists the hair lightly in big sections for movement. Afterwards, he used a large curling iron to give the strands at the front and around the face. Depending on the length of the model's hair, some extensions were put in to give length and others got a blast of the brand's Luminous Hairspray Medium for extra texture hold. Using either the Hydrating Styling Cream or the Dry Scalp Treatment, Hanlon separated clusters of strands before finishing the look with an extra spritz of hairspray.

The Makeup: Lucia Pieroni kept the almost effortless look going by giving the eyes a wash of Cle de Peau's Limited Edition Satin Eye Color in Rose Gold with the shadow in Rose Bronze on the outer corners of the eye. For a more youthful look, she filled in the brows with the brand's eyebrow pencil as well made the skin radiant using the Luminizing Face Enhancer in Pastel and Gold as well as the Brilliant Enhancer. She finished the look with a pout that popped thanks to a blend of the Extra Rich Lipstick in Mister Lincoln and Tuscany.

The Mani: Jin Soon Choi applied her own brand of polish to the girls' nails in Auspicious.