Long sleek hair style

The hair styles for spring summer 2016 are either crazy or very simple. For the Angelo Marani SS 2016 top hair stylist Neil Moodie created a long sleek hair look with nineties references. ‘Not grungy, but more like the step after grunge‘, explained Moodie. Watch the video interview or read more below. And copy the look!

Video interview with Neil Moodie, hair stylist at D+V Management using Windle & Moodie

‘For the hair look for the Angelo Marani show of today we have gone back to the nineties. So you will see lots of nineties references and hair that is kind of virginal, beautiful but not grungy, more like the step after grunge.’

‘So what we are doing is blow drying all the hair, using Windle & Moodie Foundation Spray and adding Windle & Moodie Thickening Cream to the hair as well so the hair becomes quite sort of lush, sort of gorgeous. We are just making all the hair straight and then we are adding hair extensions so that the hair becomes a blunt hair cut, it becomes all one. Almost like that virginal hair that people have before they start cutting their hair off, and playing and doing colors, things like that. And then we are just literally parting the hair on the side and tucking the hair behind the ear. So it is a very simple look, very sort of nineties, a bit early Helmut Lang actually.’

Is this a trend for summer 2016?

‘I think it will be one of them. It seems that the trends are really crazy and bonkers or very very simple, beautiful and classic.’

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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Angelo Marani SS 2016, hair: Neil Moodie, ph. Mauro Pilotto

The make-up look at Dsquared2 SS 2016: sexy, healthy and glowing

The make-up look at the Dsquared2 SS 2016 is sexy, healthy and glowing. We interviewed top make-up artist Lucia Pieroni and she explained us how to copy this gorgeous and sultry look that suits every woman. View the video and photos. This is what Lucia Pieroni told us:

The eyebrows are quite natural. We are actually painting on lip gloss at the end so that the eyebrows have this kind of a wet look glow to them. They [the models] got Mid-Tone Sepia Cream Color Base softly blended around the eyes which gives you that really beautiful depth. This [Mineralize Skinfinish Naturals] on the lighter girls [Medium Deep] – there is another one for the darker girls [Dark Deep] – goes on the temples, down on the nose, a bit under the nose and all over the body so it makes a beautiful wet look. And this Blonde’s Gold Pigment goes in the inner corner of the eyes.

MAC Freckletone Lipstick on the lips, just press it on. Then Bronze Shimmer Lipstick on top and a little bit of a clear lip gloss so it is like a honey colored mouth, a slightly see-through mouth. And furthermore loads of Mineralize Skin Finish Bronze all over the face, so that the girls look really beautiful, healthy, glowy, as if they have been surfing all day. They look fabulous.

And lots of mascara. A little bit clumpy, like they are a little bit wet. Lots in the root so they have that beautiful pointiness to them. And we are spraying Fix Plus on the hands, the arms and the face, just as they go on the catwalk, so they are a little bit of dewy.

When you put Bronze Shimmer on the body, you put it on top of a moisturizer to stay or just on the bare skin? We put Mineralize Body Moisturizer before. When it is slightly dry, you put the other stuff [Bronze Shimmer] on it so it looks really gorgeous, and golden, bronzy and wet. and then Fix Plus, literally on their hands, arms and face… Some gloss in the eyebrows, so it looks a little bit wet, beautiful and sexy surficals.

Is the mascara is waterproof? No, that is hell 🙂 In real life maybe yes, but not for the show, that is mean… It never comes off.

Product list:

  • Eyebrows: Clear Lipglass brushed through the brows for a slightly wet look
  • For the eyes: Mid-Tone Sepia Cream Color Base and Blonde’s Gold Pigment
  • For the lips: MAC Freckletone Lipstick, Bronze Shimmer Lipstick (on top of the Freckletone) and Clear Lipglass lip gloss
  • For the face and body: Mineralize Body Moisturizer (for the body), Mineralize Skinfinish Naturals (face and body)
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Glowing skin at Dsquared2 SS 2016, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Glowing skin at Dsquared2 SS 2016, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Glowing skin at Dsquared2 SS 2016, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Glowing skin at Dsquared2 SS 2016, ph. Mauro Pilotto
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Glowing skin at Dsquared2 SS 2016, ph. Mauro Pilotto

Diane Kendal and the makeup look at the Salvatore Ferragamo SS2016 Show

Backstage at the Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016 Show we met and interviewed Diane Kendal. Diane was the key makeup artist and was heading the M.A.C team backstage at the Show. Listen, learn and read how to copy this strong and feminine makeup look.

This season for Ferragamo we are making the girls a very fresh base with two colors, grease paints [M.A.C Trend Forecast Spring ’16/Eye in the colors ‘On My Watchlist’ and ‘Back in the Swing’] mixed on the contour of the eye, brushed up to the eyebrow. And then we are putting Tenderling Blush right over the lid and up to the browbone too, giving a very strong, defined look to the eye. But it is all very blended so there is no hard lines, with curling lashes.

Tenderling Blush we are just putting on the apple of the cheek to get that really gorgeous fresh overall look and on the lips just some lip balm and a little bit of foundation to take down the color. So the girls look rea lly strong but feminine at the same time.

How to copy the look. Step by step:

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Make-up Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, make-up: Diane Kendal, ph. Charlotte Mesman
  • Massage Face and Body Foundation M.A.C in the skin to perfect the skin.
  • Press Mineralize Concealer in any area that needs more coverage. This make-up look is all about beautiful skin.
  • Add some Tenderling Blush on the cheek for a fresh look.
  • Groom your eyebrows. Fill the brows in with a grey color but not too much. Brush them up.
  • For the eyes use M.A.C Trend Forecast Spring ’16/Eye. Apply ‘On My Watchlist’ (cool grey silver with silver pearl) on the crease and blend in to the brows hair. Apply ‘Back in the Swing’ (orange peach with gold pearl) on top of it. Powder it with Tenderling Blush.
  • Curl the lashes.
  • Soften the lips with lip conditioner.
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M.A.C Trend Forecast Spring ’16/Eye, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, make-up: Diane Kendal, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, make-up: Diane Kendal, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, make-up: Diane Kendal, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, make-up: Diane Kendal, ph. Charlotte Mesman

Eugene Souleiman and the hair looks at Antonio Marras SS2016

Eugene Souleiman is not just a hair stylist, he is an artist. And a very elegant, polite, sweet person. Every season we meet him and interview him at the Antonio Marras shows, and so we did also for the Spring Summer 2016 collection. A great hair look, and Eugene’s tips and advice to copy this look. Good luck 🙂

This is what Eugene Souleiman told us:

‘I love doing Antonio’s shows and I understand his artisanal ability so I tried to do something more artisanal with the hair too. Something artisanal, something more playful, something very delicate, ornate and precious, but not precious in a uptight serious way, but precious in a very delicate loving gentile way.’

‘The inspiration for me came from Patricia, Antonio’s wife, because she always has interesting beautiful hairstyles. I tried to combine her look with a lot of Renaissance paintings and sculptors from Italy.’

‘So we have very beautiful ornate braids that look very cute and quirky. Very simple. There are no products in the braids, so the hair feels very light. It is soft and light and beautiful. My two daughters love hair like this. It is very playful and light, but at the same time very gorgeous.’

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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Antonio Marras SS 2016, hair: Eugene Souleiman, ph. Charlotte Mesman

Tom Pecheux talks about the makeup look for Antonio Marras SS2016

The makeup at the Antonio Marras SS2016 in Milan wan AMAZING. And of course Tom Pecheux, who headed the M.A.C makeup team, was in charge of the makeup look. Watch this video to know more about the makeup, how it was created, how to copy it. Get ready for a true makeup lesson. This is what Tom Pecheux told us:

I did a very playful make-up. It is a kind of surrealistic make- up with a lot of references. The pink has a kind of youthful, dolly feeling. The metallic represents industry, technology. The black dots stand for the surrealism and the lips are more like a grown up person, very feminine.

Antonio is taking us on a long journey. The reference was an Armenian artist. Armenia went through a war and many people had to escape their country. Through this collection Antonio explains that no matter where you are in the world, no matter how much you embrace other cultures, you are born in a place and it is your DNA. And at the end it become a mix of your DNA and all the other cultures you embrace. That is what I express with this make-up.

What can we, ‘normal girls’, take from this make-up?

Everything. It is a fashion show so we have to pass on a message and the message is powerful. But maybe on a regular day you can do this look. You can do it also without the dots, or without the lips and keep only one or two elements of this make-up.

We have to remember that fashion is playful. When it comes to make-up we can do whatever we want. It is a nice way to express who you are. Or how you want to be seen by other people.

And at the end of the day you take a piece of cotton and make-up remover and it is gone. And the day after you can play somebody else. That is what it is about. Do, experiment, try and play, enjoy. Make-up as fashion is a serious business but serious means that you can do it with humor and fun.

In cooperation with ADVERSUS

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Make-up at Antonio Marras SS 2016, make-up: Tom Pecheux, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at Antonio Marras SS 2016, make-up: Tom Pecheux, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at Antonio Marras SS 2016, make-up: Tom Pecheux, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at Antonio Marras SS 2016, make-up: Tom Pecheux, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at Antonio Marras SS 2016, make-up: Tom Pecheux, ph. Charlotte Mesman

Romantic smokey eyes. Video interview with make-up artist Jessica Nedza

Video interview with make-up artist Jessica Nedza (for M.A.C Cosmetics) backstage at the Ermanno Scervino SS2016 fashion show:

The collection is very romantic with a lot of pastel colors so we wanted to spice it up a little and make the girls a little bit more sexy. So we decided to do very sexy smokey eyes. I am using the Fairy Fair Eye shadow from M.A.C for it.

Then we also have the new kajal eyeliner which is called Squid Twist. We used it to create a bit of a lash line and also inside the eye we put a bit of kajal to create a cat eye.

A part from that we have lots of highlights to make the girls look glamorous and to have a beautiful summery skin. We have a little bit of pastel peach color on the cheek. I used New Romantic from M.A.C.

And the lip is also a new product which is very nice because it is a kind of liquid lip that dries up and becomes matte. It gives this beautiful peachy color and it is called ‘Lady Be Good’. At the end of the day [just before the show] we are going to finish the make-up up with a eye gloss which has this beautiful plum color.

Additional make-up tips for this beauty look:

For the skin blend Studio Waterweight SPF 30 Foundation M.A.C with concealer Studio Finish M.A.C. Add Extra Dimension Eye Shadow Amorous Alloy on the eyelid and highlight the brow bone and eye corner with Extra Dimension A Natural Flirt. Curl the lashes and use black mascara. Cover the eye brows with Studio Finish Concealer.

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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Make-up at the Ermanno Scervino SS 2016 Fashion Show, make-up artist: Jessica Nedza for M.A.C, ph. Charlotte Mesman

Anthony Turner interview at the Salvatore Ferragamo SS2016 Show in Milan

Backstage at the Salvatore Ferragamo fashion show in Milano (SS2016) we met and talked to Anthony Turner about the hair look for this show. The products, the inspiration and more. Watch or read (see below) the interview, learn about the latest hair trends and copy the look.

Interview with Anthony Turner 

Basically the look we did for Ferragamo is very anti the collection. It is kind of anti-summer as well in a sense, because when we think of summer stars, especially in hair, we think of hair down, very loose, soft. That is the trend we have been seeing so far this season, but we change these things for Ferragamo a little bit.

We are having a little bit more fun. The collection is very light and soft, lots of layers, very romantic, but we are doing something that is not romantic, we are rebelling against the collection somehow, and it is kind of fun to do that. We have done a very low side part and we are basically making the girls heads into these little boy shapes on top and then a really low pony tail at the back.

Which hair products did you use for this hair look?

We are actually using quite a lot of gel, especially on the top. We are using loads of gel. I like the light on the runway, the light is really bright, really fresh. Basically when the girls walk the gel is going give me this reflectiveness, it is going make the hair feel like vinyl. I like the idea of it being reflective, which is a kind of elevating, it gives it something else. It is kind of fun. I haven’t used gel this season, we are getting our hand dirty. It is a lot of fun.

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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman
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Salvatore Ferragamo SS 2016, hair: Anthony Turner, ph. Charlotte Mesman