Charlotte Tilbury (MAC): We played with the feeling of shadow and light, like in a black and white photograph—the way the light hits on the eyes, cheeks, temples. It’s quite architectural makeup; a very sculpted and highlighted face, led by handsome, lush brows. It’s effective but subtle at the same time—above all the girl is beautiful, which is very much key for Chloé.
Luigi Murenu (John Frieda): For the hair, we were inspired by ballerinas. What I’ve done is easy to recreate—it’s a chignon, with a side part. It’s not done with gel or spray or a huge amount of product; just mousse. I’m using the Luxurious Volume mousse but not for volume. In this case it thickens the hair, keeps the shine, and in the meantime, gives me the hold. So with this combination I’m able to construct the hairstyle. It’s a strong look, but still has the femininity of the Chloé girl.