Backstage, I had the opportunity to interview Gucci Westman (!) who was working with MAC Cosmetics backstage at the Miss Sixty show. “The inspiration was based on a combination of Joan Jett and Bohemian themes,” Westman explained. She used black eyeliner, rich blue eyeshadow (which she’s applying to the model, above) and a lot of mascara. Blush was a minimal beige. Gucci herself is gorge in person! I couldn’t believe she wasn’t going to accompany the models down the catwalk. During the interview, Gucci and the model joked about how they both used to love baby blue eyeshadow and mascara when they were younger.
Bumble and bumble, one of my faves, worked on hair for the show.
The Inspiration: 1970s Glamour.
How it was Accomplished: A lot of center parts, long, flowing hair with kicky curl at the ends, accomplished with a large curling iron. No Bumble and bumble thickening spray was used, just Bumble and bumble Styling Lotion (A Fabulista Fave since 02!) Extensions were woven in for bulk, not length. The look was finished off with Bumble and bumble Big Shine and Does it All hairspray.
Nails were polished with Creative Nail Design’s Nail Gloss, a translucent medium pink sheer, from their Plexi Pop collection.
I had no problem skipping the beginning of the Super Bowl to report on this (OBV), but I am happy that the Giants just won!
Photo credit: Beauty Blogging Junkie