Two contrasting looks from today give you the best of both worlds of beauty.
All photos by Joey D’Arco of StyleCaster
Jill Stuart's Spring 2011 show was the first stop for my Saturday morning, and I am in love with the tangerine orange color that greeted me at the door.
Lead makeup artist Charlotte Tilbury described the inspiration as a "prim naughty school girl" element that she took from the clothing.
Keeping the face minimal yet dewy with gelled brows, the lips were definitely the highlight.
Redken's lead hairstylist Guido Palau pulled the girls' hair back into chignons after applying Redken Thickening Lotion for a bit of added texture.
He then pulled out a few baby hairs around the face to soften up the look, and finished with a touch of Redken Quick Dry Hairspray.
Marie Robinson, Clairol Color Director, was also backstage at Jill Stuart's show since she had dyed one of the model's hair (and Perfect10 was sponsering the show). She predicted that we'll be seeing more natural shades for spring, in softer hues and softer ombres will be sticking around.
We then headed off to Vivienne Tam to speak with Charlotte Willer, Maybelline's lead makeup artist.
The inspiration for the show was a sunkissed, traveling girl, so she rimmed the eyes with black liner and lightly smudged them.
She kept the lips very natural with Nearly There by Maybelline. Willer suggests just dabbing the color on with your finger to get the most natural look.
For hair, Cutler's stylists were giving the models a natural curl and adding shine to the root of the hair for a dirtier and gritty look to give the hair different texture for the "traveling girl."