At Lanvin, there was another line up of top models and key hair and make-up stylists. Guido for REDKEN and Pat McGrath headed up backstage. ‘It’s a little bit 60’s, the girls and the clothes are beyond beautiful and because there is so much beautiful jewellery, neck lines and sleeves, the hair had to be up,’ Guido told Grazia Daily.
Using REDKEN thickening spray, hair was back brushed, whirled around into a small chignon on top of the girls heads but not too big, just the size of the girl’s heads. ‘It’s soft and broken, swooshy desirable, so easy to do’. Just before the girls hit the catwalk, Guido spritzed them with Vinyl Glam and as it’s so shiny, it looked like oil. Brows were bleached, lashings of mascara and liner set off the girls dewy, perfect skin. Just like the Lanvin clothes on show, the make-up and hair is what we want, right now.
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- Lauren Murdoch Smith in Paris