Sunday, February 15, 2009
Backstage at Rag & Bone, Revlon artistic director (and spouse of Rag & Bone designer David Neville) Gucci Westman filled us in on the "Samuri Storm Tropper" makeup she did for the show (seen above on a pre-outfitted Sasha Pivovarova):
"I wanted luminous skin and enhanced natural features," Gucci (shown below) says. To create the look, she used Revlon's cream blush in Rosy Glow and Blushing Mauve after applying a skin brightening Shiseido mask. For the lips, she used a tomato red lipstick that will be out in the fall (we need to double check the spelling, but we believe it's Moiré Red). "I dabbed it on with my fingers, like a stain." On the eyes, she used Revlon Creme Shadow and 3D Extreme Mascara.
For the hair, Frederic Fekkai lead stylist, Teddy Charles, aspired for a no fuss, no muss look. "I want it to look like the girl came in from outside, I open up my pin box, put her hair up. Then she puts on the clothes on and goes out to the runway," Teddy (shown below) says. To create the look, Teddy styled the hair into a lose pony, twisted the tail around in a messy bun with the tip out and finished with Fekkai Sheer Hold Spray. "I didn't tease or curl it. It looks like the girl did it by herself."
We drooled over the Manolos that were featured in the show.
Here's Sasha with her finished look walking down the runway. For all the looks from the show, check out Style.com.