The Show: Mara Hoffman
The Hair: Nick Irwin for TIGI
The Makeup: Lottie for Make Up For Ever
The Vibe: 90’s bronze goddesses meet South American Shaman cowboys. Lottie, head makeup artist for Make Up For Ever, used “lots of shades of metallic browns, bronzes and gold. It’s just all about highlights. It’s all about the contours and the eyes.” The cheeks were contoured with Make Up For Ever Mat Bronze and accented with Make Up For Ever Shine On Powder from the tops of the cheeks to the temples. Lottie used Make Up For Ever Eye Shadow #17 and Aqua Cream #14 on the eyes and placed Metal Powder #2 on the corners of the eyes with a wet brush. Finally, she lined eyes with Kohl Pencil #9 and added a coat of Smoky Lash mascara.
Across the room, Nick Irwin for TIGI was creating triangle-shaped, brushed out curls to complement the hats in the show. “Mara’s going for a South American cowboy, nomadic kind of vibe so my thought pattern behind it was shamans riding through the desert on their horses and their hair has been really quite battered.” The shape was achieved by taking one-inch sections of hair, wrapping them around his finger, coiling and clamping with a flatiron. Once the wave was set, Irwin brushed out the wave to achieve the triangle shape and pinned pieces underneath to give the style a weightless feel.
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