Jill Stuart’s models looked like the kinds of girls you’re dying to be friends with. You know, the “I make my own rules” girl that can roll out of bed, put a leather jacket with about anything, and still look 100 percent put-together.
And thanks to the New York Fashion Week show, you can put another dime in the jukebox and get a little rock and roll in your locks, too.
As you can tell from the gal above, the locks were on point. Hairstylist Oldie Gilbert worked with Kérastase Paris Hair Care products to get the “messy” yet tamed look.
“It’s rock and roll hair, so what we’re doing is not centered and is a little messy,” says Oldie.
Oldie explained that they used Kérastase Boucles D’Art to “get the roots up” and then applied a hairspray. The next step is to take a one-inch curling wand or curling iron and put a slight wave in the hair. However, you should remember to only curl the middle section of the strands—not the roots and not the ends.
Since the look is messy and not a polished wave, Oldie says they didn’t brush out the look but instead, shook the models’ locks with their hands.
The last step is to spray Kérastase Powder Bluff over the hair. Dry shampoo generally leaves a matte finish.
First, Sephora Artistry Ambassador Aaron De Mey set the flawless skin look with Josie Maran Argan Infinity Cream Intensive Creamy Oil, Givenchy Mister Light Instant Light Corrector Pen, the Bobbi Brown Foundation Stick, and Laura Mercier Invisible Loose Setting Powder.
The eye look was created by first lining the top and lower lashes with a Givenchy Magic Kajal Eye Pencil in Magic Black. Marc Jacobs Beauty Style Eye-Con No. 7 Plush Shadow Palette in The Starlet 204 was added into the inner corners of the eye for a major glowy look. The glossy lid was created by dabbing on Bobbi Brown Lip Gloss in Crystal.
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