[caption id="attachment_6146" align="aligncenter" width="360" caption="Clean hair at Amanda Lew Kee. Image by Noah Lehava"] [/caption] Inspired by the designer’s “global citizen” (clothes includes prints of major cities including New York and Toronto), hair was kept clean and fresh, says Eric Del Monaco, creative director for hair at LG Fashion Week. Using just Elnett hairspray, hair was pulled back as tight as possible with the hairspray helping to keep flyaways in place into a ponytail and then wrapped into a neat, pretty bun. [caption id="attachment_6147" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="Face chart at Amanda Lew Kee. Image by Noah Lehava"] [/caption] For the face, Eddie Malter, creative director for makeup, also took a cue from the clothing, using the green visors the models wore to inspire the eye look. Leaving the lid natural, he contoured the eye using L’Oreal HIP in Flashy 318, with HIP in Flare 308 applied using a wet brush to line underneath the eye. [caption id="attachment_6148" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="Image by Noah Lehava"] [/caption] The rest of the face was kept natural (with a brown-toned blush to contour the face) while lips were given the tiniest touch of gloss (Infallible in Sunset 415). For a more everyday eye look, try a more neutral eyeshadow shade and using a slight poufy eye brush, start applying makeup from the outside and work inwards. [caption id="attachment_6149" align="aligncenter" width="450" caption="The final look at Amanda Lew Kee. Image by Noah Lehava"] [/caption] What do you think of this brightly-hued look? Would you test it out? Fill us in below!