Presentation: Kate Spade
Hair: Matthew Monzon for Furterer
Makeup: Neil Scibelli of Jouer
Nails: Deborah Lippmann
The Vibe: Girly but a little fierce. “This season, they went a little edgier,” said lead makeup artist Neil Scibelli of Jouer. “So we focused the edge on the eyes, which we’re smoking out.” To create the dramatic, but very wearable look, the team used Jouer’s Amaretto on the lid and lower lid, Cappuccino in the crease, some liquid black liner on the upper lashline, and an eye definer pencil in Noir on the lower lashes. “We also added false lashes just for some extra tszuj,” said Scibelli of the makeup look’s standout feature.
In keeping with the theme of ladylike with a twist, the nails showcased a feminine polka-dot pattern, but in a more severe almond shape. “Brad [Goreski]’s feeling was that the Kate Spade girl needed to have a moment of fierceness,” said manicurist Deborah Lippmann of the celebrity stylist’s decision to try a non-traditional nail shape. To create the kitschy nail art, Lippmann painted hundreds of press-on nails in advance with Fade to Black and then “hap-haphazardly” applied dots with I’m Not Innocent, an opaque peach shade. “It’s very easy to do yourself, which is my favorite part” said Lippmann of the design. “Some dots are large, some are small; it doesn’t need to be perfection.”
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