Beauty

Seven super hair and make-up trends

It is not a true reflection on the Designer Showrooms if there isn’t any innovative knitwear (even in a spring/summer season!), so I picked out this cut-out top and skirt by Portuguese designer Susana Bettencourt. »

Perfectly modern skin

Backstage, it’s getting cramped. Hair and make-up teams, nail techs and tanning experts are making room for skincare pros, increasingly relied upon to provide the perfect canvas for show make-up. »

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Beauty’s looking Brit hot

Whoever said a beauty reference should be subtle? The inspiration for Gareth Pugh’s collection was written all over models’ faces – quite literally – as make-up artist Alex Box emblazoned the St George’s flag across their English rose complexions. »

I’m (more than) with the band

There is a particular period in history that always proves a rich source of inspiration for beauty, and this season is no exception. The endlessly appealing tousled hair and heavy liner worn by 60s and 70s rock’n’roll muses is arguably the most desirable look of the last century, especially if a rock-star boyfriend is in the mix. »

“Nothing” make-up is really something

Natural, nude, barely there, sheer, transparent, simple, healthy, clean: this is the make-up lexicon for SS15. And yes, it does sound like a trend that could – on a bad day – be considered a little boring.  »

It’s cool for kohl on the runway

“Eyeliner is the single make-up element that can express an entire look.” So says MAC’s Terry Barber, backstage at Jean-Pierre Braganza »

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