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MFW Fall 2015: Sexy rock stars at Pucci
The runway soundtrack for the Fall 2015 Emilio Pucci show promised Elvis, The Doors and Jimmy Page—all fitting inspirations for the
hair that Eugene Souleiman created for the Fall 2015 Emilio Pucci show. "She’s a very cool rockstar’s girlfriend." Souleiman started by setting a smooth, centre part that’s was slightly roughed up near the crown "like she’s been pushed up against a wall," to give the hair some cool girl cred. The key product he used was a
dry shampoo called Wella Dry Me, which won’t launch in Canada until next year. "There are only two in the world right now," says Souleiman, who raved about the product’s invisible finish. "It’s really about making the girls feel really chic and really hot. It’s not about being avant garde or vulgar—it’s just about the girls going out there and doing a rocking good show." The makeup was one of my
favourites from Milan Fashion Week, though it doesn’t seem like much in the above photo. Makeup artist Lisa Butler, who was working with M.A.C. Cosmetics, created a "milky" finish to skin, brushed up eyebrows for a "feathered" effect. Then she smudged a cinnamon pigment into the eye crease "for a bit of warmth," and finished by creating a red, sheer lip. She mixed M.A.C. lipstick in Lady Danger and On Hold, dabbing the latter in the centre of the lip. Right before the models hit the runway, a dab of high shine lip gloss was added. "It’s very reminiscent of the ’70s," says Butler. Which is so Pucci, right?
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