HAIR: L'Oreal Professional
SNAPSHOT: Dangerous Liaisons
THE SCOOP: Print and textile expert Mary Katrantzou has replicated statement jewellery and perfume bottles on to previous designs, but for a/w 2010, her spectacular multi-coloured prints looked towards another era all together. The decorative patterns displayed rich artwork from the 18th century, the period which inspired make-up artist Val Garland to create an aristocratic Dangerous Liaisons look. Garland said it was all about the "18th century woman" and the "baroque red mouth, but instead of being a full on powdered face, we've modernised the look by making the skin fresh and supple."
GET THE LOOK - MAKEUP: Garland emphasised statement red lips by creating a two-tone effect, with "a dewy shade of red on the upper lip, and a darker velvety red on the bottom lip". For the eyes, Garland used a soft pink shade on the eye and a white pencil inside the lid. She lightly powedered the face to keep the look fresh.