Runway Makeup: Yigal Azrouël Spring 2013

Yigal Azrouël’s spring collection drew inspiration from nature’s architecture. “How this translates to hair is very abstract,” said James Pecis, lead hairstylist for Bumble and bumble, “but it’s meant to be clean and natural.” Using Bumble and bumble Thickening Spray for texture, Pecis dried the hair with his fingers and created a low bun by twisting the ponytail. “It makes sense to everyday women’s fashion,” said Pecis, “because you don’t want something too thought out.”

Francelle Daly, lead makeup artist for MAC Cosmetics, followed suit by using earth, wind, fire and water for her palette. To achieve the light look, Daly sparingly used MAC’s Face and Body Foundation. MAC’s Luna Cream Colour Base was applied to the high planes of the face, forehead, bridge of the nose and cheekbones to give a subtle glow. “For color I was very inspired by rocks and minerals,” said Daly, “as well as fossil carbon coal for the eyes, which is a very true black.” Marrying the natural and utilitarian girl, Daly used no mascara and only a bit of lip balm.



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