Matthew Williamson's show had a distinct '70s vibe, so it's no surprise that Lisa Eldridge and the Benefit team opted for a look inspired by the era to match those retro-tinged clothes. The look was described as "'70s jet set," and focused on perfect dewy skin (created using Hello Flawless ($38)) with heavily contoured cheeks and eyes, and full, bushy eyebrows (they were backcombed for volume). Highlighter and cream products kept skin from looking flat — in fact, two of the three eye shadow shades used on the lids, My Two Cents and No Pressure ($20 each) were also buffed onto the cheeks, with Hoola ($28) bronzer layered over the top for extra definition. Simple, side-parted hair finished the laid-back look.
'70s Jet-Set Babes Backstage at Matthew Williamson Spring 2014
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