Sixties Rock-N-Roll at L.A.M.B - Fall 2012
(Photos by Mat Szwajkos for Beauty Blitz)
The L.A.M.B collection was inspired by the sixties so, naturally, hairstylist Danilo created a sky-high bouffant which was twisted half way and secured with bobby pins. Danilo started by setting the hair with hot rollers to create volume, he then added Oribe Hair Care Dry Texturizing Spray while backcombing to get the ideal texture. For the final touch, he added two barrettes to each side of the head (right by the ears).
The hair complimented what Charlotte Willer for Maybelline had envisioned for the makeup. "The makeup look was inspired by a sixties rock-n-roll chick," she said. "We put a modern yet girlish spin on retro." Charlotte drew a thick line with Eye Studio Master Drama Cream Pencil in Sapphire Strength to the lash line. Then added more drama by drawing another line in the crease. For the bottom lashes, she "painted" on eyelashes with Eye Studio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner in Blackest. To add even more drama, Charloote applied a strip of false eyelashes right on the crease. For the bold, sixties eyelash look, Charlotte applied many coats of Volum' Express The Falsies Flared Mascara in Very Black. The look was finished off with a light, girly lip. She mixed two shades of Color Sensational Lipcolor: Born With It and Nearly There.
Over in nails, Alicia Torello for Color Club created a "Chic, chipped nail" manicure. She taped off the nails halfway to get a clean line; the bottom half was painted with Killer Curves - "a really vampy color." Once the paint dried, she removed the tape and applied Super Shiny Top Coat on the entire nail.