First boyish brows, now boyish hair and makeup. It seems as though this fall, it's all about borrowing from the fellas. And we don't mind one bit.
Lead makeup artist Diane Kendal for NARS Cosmetics enhanced "the lightness and the shadows" of the models' faces with NARSskin Luminous Moisture Cream, Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer and Light Reflecting Setting Powder. The Matte Multiple stick (in shades of Altai, Vientiane or Cappadoce, depending on skin tone) was used to make cheekbones look sharp and chiseled.
Redken creative consultant Guido Palau drew inspiration from a Wang illustration for this "slightly cartoonish, small-head hairstyle." After creating a side part, he spritzed on Redken Control Addict 28 High-Control Hairspray and Shine Flash 02 Glistening Mist to perfect the glossy finish.
A team of Essie manicurists completed the masculine-inspired look by painting the models' nails in a combination of Sand Tropez (a light sandy-beige shade) and Mademoiselle (a classic pink color) nail polishes, then a coat of Matte About You for a "a cinder block feeling."
See how it all came together in the photos below!
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NYFW Fall 2014 Beauty Trends
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