Toting bags emblazoned with slogans like "You Buggin'" and "High Flyer," Sophia Webster's girls resembled cute insects for her Spring 2014 presentation. Nail art, natural makeup, and antenna-esque buns were the key elements of the look. Revlon nail ambassador Jenny Longworth created all manner of custom manicures. She explained, "The Sophia Webster girls were all about having fun, experimenting with nail art, and painting each other’s nails. I used a mixture of feminine pastels and iridescent shades to complement the 'insect slumber party' theme that inspired the collection." Spots and iridescent beetle-like shades were topped with 3D paper butterflies.
Lynsey Alexander added the finishing touches. "The look was very pure, innocent, young, and fresh-faced — sporty luxe. It was more about texture than color on the face," she said, using Revlon PhotoReady BB Cream ($11), Photo Ready Skinlights (UK only), and Cream Blush ($13) to add definition before finishing off with new lip shades (Mischievous and Complex) that will launch in 2014.