I love this natural-makeup trend we're seeing at all of the spring fashion shows. Even though the look is minimal, the different designers are interpreting it differently.
At Tuleh, the inspiration was glamorous Italian women. Polly Osmond of MAC explained of the Tuleh model, "She wears makeup but she doesn’t wear too much. She is the type of women you would see on a yacht."
For a rundown of the makeup used, plus tips on getting this hairstyle,
WWD reports that Jimmy Paul of Bumble and bumble chose a '70s-inspired style. “It should look like a girl on vacation in the south of France, who has just stepped off the beach and is getting ready for a big night out,” he said.
To create the look, he brushed out the hair, spraying Surf Spray to get that beachy look. He then set the hair with a wide curling iron to mimic the look of electric rollers. He then back-combed the hair at the top, brushing it back off the forehead.
For Polly's part, the makeup used a lot of light, nude colors.
Face: Face and Body Foundation was applied using #217 Small Brush for full, but sheer coverage. Fancy Ray and Cheery Blushcremes were used to color the cheeks and Naked Lunch Eye Shadow was applied to cheek bones for illumination.
Eyes: M∙A∙C Eye Shadow in Naked Lunch was applied to the lid and brow bone. Taupe Eye Shadow was applied to crease using M∙A∙C #224 for definition and bottom water line was colored with Fascinating Eye Kohl Pencil to brighten. Plush Lash Mascara in Black was used to coat the lashes.
Lips: Subcultured Lip Pencil was mixed with Revealing Lipgloss and then toned down with a M∙A∙C #222 Brush and a bit of concealer.