Trend: cool girl no make-up make-up
“The Adeam girl this season is cool, the look is effortless beauty with strong eyebrows and a natural lip,” explained Sada Ito, NARS Global Artistry Director. “Against the beautiful gowns we wanted the girls to look as if they were wearing no make-up at all.”
Easier said than done, for even the fairest of faced models. It was intricate work backstage for Ito who, with his backstage team, employed NARSskin Optimal Brightening Concentrate, £51, and Natural Radiant Longwear Foundation, £35, for “barefaced perfection”.
“We then applied natural colours to look like the light and warmth was coming from within, with layers of Copacabana Illuminator, £23, worked into cheeks, with Disobedience lipstick pressed on with fingers, and Rigel Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow, £21, dotted on the centre of the lids with just a touch of mascara.”
Trend: the new smokey eye
This look saw Tom Ford’s classic smokey eye meets Edie Sedgwick’s iconic carbon copy. The look was laced with beautiful lashes, framed with a Sixties square brow and enhanced with natural skin. Use Nars’ Eyeliner Pencil in Black Moon, £17.50, to recreate it.
Trend: graphic eyeliner
Like the neon wigs, styled by the hair stylist Eugene Souleiman, the make-up at Jeremy Scott was slightly out-of-this-world, with geometric eyeliner – an elevation of last season’s deconstructed eyeliner trend – and overdrawn plumped lips. The products used for the look were from Jeremy Scott’s collaboration with Mac, with the addition of plastic wire and Mac’s Acrylic Paint, £16.50, to create the 3D eyeliner “wings”.
This article original appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR UK.