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Want To Look Like Justin Timberlake’s Models At His William Rast Runway Show?

Thu, February 18, 2010 5:35pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Justin Timberlake helped design the hair and makeup for his William Rast Runway show, we’ve got the scoop on how you can get the look too!

Who wouldn’t want to look like the kind of girl Justin Timberlake helped style? Thanks to Maybelline New York makeup artist Charlotte Willer and Sebastian Professional lead stylist Thomas Dunkin, Justin’s models looked all out biker chick for his William Rast runway show on Feb. 17.

Here’s how to get their makeup!

  • Charlotte went for biker girl meets Brigitte Bardot makeup. “The look is really simple,” she explains. “It’s really flawless skin and a perfectly drawn in brow with Maybelline Define-A-Brow Eyebrow Pencil to really frame the eye.” Charlotte meticulously applied Maybelline Colossal Volum’ Express Mascara in Glam Black to the lashes. “You need like 15 layers at least to get them really heavy to get that 60’s feel,” she explains. To finish off the look, Charlotte dabbed the models’ lips with a brand spankin’ new Color Sensational lipstick in a universally-flattering nude shade. So new in fact, that right now it’s still only called ‘Backstage #5’ and isn’t in stores. To get a similar look, you can try Maybelline ColorSensational Lipcolor in Nearly There.


Here’s how to get their hair!

  • “The hair is biker chic, it’s very undone looking hair like someone just got off the back of a motorcycle,” Thomas says. “It’s just very, very textured.” To get the tousled look, Thomas used lots of Sebastian Professional Volupt Spray in the hair and then used his fingers to twist and texture the hair while blow drying it. “There’s no brushing, no combing. Just put your fingers through the hair,” Thomas says. – Marta Topran

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