'I don’t really use product in my hair except for the occasional dry shampoo when I don’t have time to wash it. I don’t own a blow dryer either. I just have so much hair—I wake up with dreadlocks every morning. The Tangle Teaser works really well for getting them out because it brushes underneath everything, too.
I went to Cambodia last year and got cornrows, which was a lot of fun. It took four hours, and a few people were doing it all at once. Then I didn’t have to worry about my hair the whole trip. Didn’t have to wash it or anything.”
Some people are just gifted with perfect, brush-and-go hair apparently (it's no doubt one of the reasons Teresa Oman was the most reblogged model of 2013). But low maintenance hair leaves plenty of time for some smudgy kohl application, courtesy of the Guerlain classic Khôl Me Kajal—drawn under the eye (also on the waterlines), angled out and down ever so slightly. Lids got a gray wash with the Écrin 4 Coleurs Eyeshadows in Les Aciers (a mix of matte shades up to the crease, saving the metallic for the inner corners of the eyes), and all lashes were coated in Cils D'Enifer Mascara.
While on the Guerlain bandwagon, we applied some of the Terracotta 4 Seasons Bronzing Powder in Moyen—which is really the best out there for natural, not shiny color—under a dusting of Météorites Light Revealing Pearls of Powder in Medium and Glossier Balm Dotcom on the cheekbones for good measure. Throw on some Rouge G de Guerlain Le Brillant Jewel Lipstick Compact (Teresa's wearing it in the sort-of-orange, slightly shimmery Gil), if only so you can tote around the substantial tube, complete with mirror, to make the small moments throughout the day just a tad more glamorous.
Teresa Oman (Re:Quest Model Management) photographed by Tom Newton. Makeup by Annie Kreighbaum.