Make-up & Hair Spring-Summer 2015

Make-up & Hair Spring-Summer 2015

Written by Elnaz Soltanmohammadi

Search and forecast by Nadine Wilkie

MAKE-UP: Black Eyeliner

Black eyeliner never goes out of fashion, but that doesn’t mean it always has to look the same. This season designers have gotten creative with black eyeliner, experimenting with different shapes and styles.

Cat flick

The classic cat flick style was kept simple at Prada, whilst at Oscar De la Renta and Celine it was bold and graphic. Celine’s was accompanied by detached eyeliner on the bottom, creating a more unique look.

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Prada                                          Oscar De la Renta                           Celine

Fine

Over at Pucci, the black eyeliner was finely applied and allowed for the model’s eyes to stand out. The perfectly fresh, feminine daytime look.

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Pucci

Glamorous

Meanwhile, Saint Laurent transformed the look from day to night with heavy black eyeliner surrounded by smouldering dark eye shadow.

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Saint Laurent

 

MAKE-UP: Bronze

You don’t even need sun to achieve a healthy, fresh-from-holiday sun-kissed glow!

Balmain, Calvin Klein, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren, Versace

Perfect match

This season’s designers showed how bronzer works on any skin tone. The key is choosing the right shade to compliment your hair colour and complexion. For example, at Michael Kors the models’ fair hair and skin is matched with blusher that has slightly rosy undertones.

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Michael Kors

Meanwhile, the models with warmer skin tones at Calvin Klein, Ralph Lauren and Versace wear a more peachy tone of bronzer.

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Calvin Klein                                  Ralph Lauren                                Versace

Over at Balmain, the models’ golden bronzer is cleverly matched to suit her darker complexion.

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Balmain

 

MAKE-UP: Natural Make-up

Don’t be shy to stick to the bare minimum and opt for ‘au naturel’. This season, the detail is in the lips.

Glossy

Models at Chloé and Stella McCartney put their best pout forward with a slick of clear gloss. Glossy lips at McCartney were matched with the models’ fresh, dewy glow.

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Chloé                                                   Stella McCartney

Powder pink

At Kane, the skin was flawless and the lips were the sweetest pink.

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Christopher Kane

Neutral

Meanwhile, Donna Karan demonstrated that a little dusting of face powder and a slick of neutral lipstick could go a long way.

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Donna Karan

 

HAIR: Accessories

From springtime florals to an innovative “crocodile tail”, accessories come in an abundance of styles this season!

Headbands

Sweet and simplistic was the theme at Tracy Reese. The sleek ponytails were finished off with a two bands of nude and black satin for a ballerina chic style. At Bottega Veneta, the loose hairstyles were lightly sprinkled with a row of tiny blue flowers.

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Tracy Reese                                       Bottega Veneta

Large flowers

Elsewhere, the flowers were bigger and bolder. A pair of traditional red roses adorned the low chignon hairstyles at Dolce & Gabbana. Meanwhile, the unusual “crocodile tail” running the length of the ponytails at Fendi was topped with an oversized, abstract lotus flower.

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Dolce & Gabbana                                       Fendi

Golden

Some of the Dolce & Gabbana chignons were decorated with jewelled gold barrettes with hints of red adding an oriental touch. At Valentino, the half-up half-down hairstyles were delicately embellished with a charming crown of golden sea motifs.

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Dolce & Gabbana                                          Valentino

 

HAIR: Braids and Twists

A timeless trend, braids are back this season in the form of tight cornrows and loose plaits.

Tight cornrows

The tight braided styles at Jean Paul Gaultier and Armani were bold and edgy. Armani’s models were given highlights for a more interesting look.

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Jean Paul Gaultier                                            Giorgio Armani

Tousled mini plaits

Elsewhere, the hair models’ hair was more carefree. A popular theme was the messy, tousled look completed with a mini plait. The plait at Michael Kors was at the nape of the neck;

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 Michael Kors

 whilst at Webb and Wang it was swept to the side.

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Marissa Webb                                        Vera Wang

 

HAIR: Textured and Tousled

Let those natural locks hang loose, or add a bit of texture for a more stylised look!

Natural waves

At Alberta Ferretti, the centre-parted hair flowed with natural waves creating a soft, romantic look.

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Alberta Ferretti

Stylised waves

Meanwhile, the more defined, stylised waves at Emilio Pucci were a perfect look for a glamorous night out.

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Emilio Pucci

Edgy bob

Marc Jacobs decided to fit his models with short, choppy wigs for a bold and defined look. Similarly, Tom Ford’s models wore short wigs that were rough and rugged thanks to sweeping side bangs and a bit of backcombing.

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Marc Jacobs                                                                    Tom Ford

Make-up & Hair Spring-Summer 2015

 

Elnaz Soltanmohammadi

Written by Elnaz Soltanmohammadi

'Fashion-savvy History of Art and French student at the University of Bristol. Art enthusiast and regular gallery-goer, she has a passion for all things creative. Loves travelling and can often be found exploring the world through her camera lens.'


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