I ALWAYS cover Miss Sixty. I’m like Rain Man about it. This year’s backstage beauty inspiration didn’t disappoint.
NO FRIZZ technology made its fashion week debut backstage at Miss Sixty this season. Celebrity stylist Ward Stegerhoek headed up the Living Proof team to design the look – Rocker Chic. “It’s a softer, girly version of Rock and Roll,” Ward explained.
I loved the knot he created in the front of the hair. It feminized the vibe perfectly. Ward used the NO FRIZZ Wave-Shaping, Curl-Defining Styling Spray to style the hair and then used the NO FRIZZ Wave-Shaping, Curl-Defining Styling Cream to twist the hair and make it appear rough and stringy. NO FRIZZ Wave-Shaping, Curl-Defining Styling Spray was used to hold the curl in place. NO FRIZZ Wave-Shaping, Curl-Defining Styling Cream was also used.
Lisa Butler for MAC drew mainly from a purple palette. She started with a black pencil liner (MAC Grease Paint Stick – it’s movable and then sets) on the top and bottom lid and dotted it between the lashes for depth before pressing on MAC Eye Shadow in Violet Trance, an electric blue/purple, on top of the pencil. Violet Pigment was dusted underneath the eyes. MAC Eye Shadow in Young Pink was also brushed onto the lids, which provided a soft black effect “for structure on the socket,” Lisa said. She then feathered out the shadow to soften the look. Skin and lips were left as-is. Brows were groomed, but were neutral.
Image credit: Living Proof