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Graphic eyeliner and sleek hair complemented the rugby stripes, oversized neon sunglasses, and vivid color-blocking at Michael Kors.
Instead of the traditional 1960s-inspired cat eye, makeup artist Dick Page created a thick stripe of “floating eyeliner.” Using Shiseido Luminizing Satin Eye Color Trios in Punky Blues and Jungle, he drew a slash of turquoise blue or kelly green on the models’ lids.
Page applied Shiseido High Beam White Luminizing Satin Face Color on the upper lash line and added mascara to make the bright, abstract liner stand out.
He kept the skin matte with Shiseido Luminizing Satin Face Color and left the cheeks bare. On the lips, he applied Shiseido Perfect Rouge Vision Lipstick, a soft, natural-looking pink.
Hairstylist Orlando Pita created a deep side part for an “androgynous look.” Then he used a flatiron, a comb, and T3 Control Hairspray to smooth down the hair for a pin-straight texture.
To create a “shield of shine,” Pita misted on more hair spray before using a blow-dryer to set the glossy finish. He secured a hook elastic just under the ears and let the length of the hair hang loose.
For some of the more detailed garments, Pita created a loop in the hair so that it wouldn’t block the view of the clothes.