Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Get the Look: Hair, Nails and Makeup NYFW 2014

Hair by Guido, Redken Creative Consultant 
Redken Creative Consultant Guido kept the hair simple and youthful for Marc by Marc Jacobs with two tight clean braids that were slightly disheveled by black headbands. In order to counter the more sophisticated collection this season, Guido opted for a hairstyle reminiscent of grammar school and cartoon characters. Jagged, messy partings and Redken's new flex texturizers gave the style a rebellious edge, making it clear to the bystander that the Marc girl is not your typical girl next door.
"I incorporated elements of manga, cartoon warriors and Wednesday Addams from the Addams Family into the look I designed for Marc by Marc Jacobs. Ultimately, I created this schoolgirl hairstyle with the Marc girl in mind, in that I wanted the overall style to remain youthful, cool and a bit punk. There is substance and style to the Marc girl, but there is also a rebellious dark side. Quite simply, the two braids are not meant to be that cute or innocent."
-Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Redken Products Used:
-flex shape factor 22 sculpting cream-paste
-pillow proof blowdry two day extender 
Get the Look:
  1. Apply flex shape factor 22 sculpting cream-paste to damp hair from root to ends
  2. Rough dry the hair with fingers
  3. Create a messy center part down the center and divide hair into two sections
  4. Apply pillow proof blowdry two day extender from mid-lengths to ends for added texture
  5. Braid hair tightly on each side and fasten with an elastic
  6. Place black headband behind ears
  7. Pull some loose pieces around the face for an undone finish
Redken Creative Consultant Guido used two key products, satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion and pillow proof blowdry two day extender to create easy, undone hair at Victoria Beckham's SS14 presentation. The hair was slouchy, easy and pure luxury.
"I wanted the hair to be consistent with Victoria's simple and modern collection. The whole idea is to create that ultra rich and luxurious feeling, without doing much to the hair. The ultimate idea of luxury in the beauty industry has changed dramatically in the last few years. It used to be fantastic and grand, but that doesn't really translate anymore, especially with younger designers like Victoria Beckham. It is all about the subtle details that make a big different on the end result."
-Guido, Redken Creative Consultant
Redken Products Used:
-satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion
-pillow proof blowdry two day extender 
Get the Look:
  1. Apply satinwear 02 prepping blow-dry lotion to damp hair 
  2. Create a messy center part
  3. Allow hair to dry naturally  
  4. Wrap the hair around 2" curling iron to create additional movement if necessary
  5. Spray pillow proof blowdry two day extender on mid-lengths and ends for added texture
  6. Pull hair back into a loose low ponytail and secure with a hair elastic
Photos by Greg Kessler for Redken
butterLONDON's  Global Colour Ambassador Katie Jane Hughes was on hand to create the nail and makeup look backstage at Libertine’s A/W 2014 show.
Designer: Libertine
Lead Makeup Artist & Manicurist: Katie Jane Hughes, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador
The Scoop: Libertine’s A/W ‘14 collection was colorful, heavily embellished and showcased a variety of textures—along with the introduction of fur. The Libertine girl is glam, goth and a bit of a party girl who has been digging around in diamonds.

Get the Look: 
·         Skin: prep skin with moisturizer and apply concealer (Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage) around the nose and on blemishes
·         Cheeks: contour hollows of the cheek using butter LONDON Cream Bronzer in Bit Faker (available Summer ’14) with a tapered contour brush from Real Techniques
·         Eyes: Curl lashes and then apply butter LONDON WINK Mascara in Union Jack Black; using freshly sharpened Union Jack Black Eye Pencil draw out the line of the wing and fill in, then cover the lid up to the crease and blend with a soft brush whilst keeping the wing defined—clean up the wing edges with pointed q-tips and a bit of moisturizer; press Jet Black Shadow from butter LONDON (out Fall/Winter ’14) over the pencil and blend upward toward the brow bone; saturate bottom lash line with butter LONDON Eye Pencil in Alabaster Gaze (out April ’14) then layer the Alabaster Gaze Cream Shadow to create a starlight effect
·         Brows: groom upwards using the new butter LONDON Hydrating Balm (rub a mascara wand on the tip of the balm and brush upward)
·         Lips: apply the new LIPPY Lip Balm in Teddy Boy to and press in with fingertip to make it matte
The Nail Look:
 Katie applied butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in The Black Knight to the tips of the press on nails. She then applied butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Diamond Geezer at the base of the nail to meet up with the black at the tips. Katie used Nail Lacquer in Stardust and the new Nail Lacquer in Anorak, a black, white and silver chunky glitter overcoat (available in March 2014) over the entire nail. While the nails were still wet, Katie completed the look by applying holographic, diamond-shaped glitter to the tip of the nails.
Nail Look for ICB x Prabal Gurung A/W 2014 show
Designer: ICB x Prabal Gurung
Lead Manicurist: Katie Jane Hughes, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador
The Scoop: The collection was designed for hip, downtown girls. The hair, makeup and nails were inspired by their effortless yet edgy beauty look.
The Look: Katie applied butter LONDON Nail Foundation as a base followed by butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Union Jack Black. She then used a thin striping brush to create the tweed effect, layering various Nail Lacquer shades onto the nail – both vertically and horizontally. Katie finished the look with butter LONDON’s P.D. Quick Topcoat. Shades used: butter LONDON Nail Lacquer in Billy No Mates, Stag Do, Blagger, British Racing Green and Pearly Queen.

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