25/08/2010 11:32 BST | Updated 22/05/2015 10:12 BST

William Tempest S/S 2010: Backstage At London Fashion Week

William Tempest show Photo: MyDaily staff

MAKEUP: Lan Nyugen for Benefit Cosmetics
HAIR: Tim Furssedonn for Toni & Guy
SNAPSHOT: Classic 1940s glamour meets Bond girl

THE SCOOP: "The lady for this show is groomed, expensive and luxurious," explained Nyugen. "Using golds, metallics and peaches we created a contoured, glamorous can make a lot of different looks using just a few colours." Nyugen also had fun with how she used her products, applying eyeshadow to the lips with her fingers to give a soft finish and lipstick to the cheeks to create the contouring. For the eyes she dabbed mascara to the lashes instead of pulling the product through smoothly. "When we pressed it to the outer corner it made the eyelashes clump a little bit. It makes it look like you've put eyeliner on when you didn't. The result is more natural and more fresh."

Create a matte base using Benefit Playstick mixed with Lemonaide and top it off with High Beam mixed with Ooh La Lift for a bronzed touch across the T-zone. Next use Creaseless Cream Shadow in Slippin n Dippin all over the eye and up to the brow. To shadow, use a Marry Up in the crease and Lust Dust under the eye. To get the shimmery nude lip, fill the entire area with D'finer D'liner and then apply a nude lipstick. Pat Lust Dust into the centre to add plump and sparkle.

GET THE LOOK - HAIR: To create the tumbling curls hairstylist Tim Furssedonn describes as "pure glamour" start by prepping the hair with mousse. Next use a curling tong to shape tightly curled locks. Finally gently brush the curls into the perfect wave, using hairspray to secure the shape.