Punk princess was the look at Herve Leger, and to complement the collection, the hair and makeup gave a grungy twist to classic glam. Find out the exact how-to on copying the look, ahead!
To match the punk twist designer Lubov Azria added to the Herve Leger bandage dress in the form of fringe and safety pins, the beauty looks meant that effortless waves got a twisted side braid accent and dewy skin was paired with pin-thin black eyeliner. Cara Delevingne, 23, has even worn the style on more than one occasion — proof that the tomboy look can be totally glam.
To get the hair look, Orlando Pita worked with Tresemme hair products, applying the Perfectly Undone Wave Creation Sea Foam at the roots of the hair and rough drying it with a blow dryer. Orlando then created an uneven side part and made a twisted braid from the forehead to the nape of the neck on the smaller side of the part.
Once the braid was secured with an elastic and bobby pins, Orlando ran a straightener at the top of the hair and sprayed with Perfectly Undone Brushable Hold Hairspray. We love that you can do a tight French braid like Cara’s hair, or more of a twisted style like the models at Herve Leger if you’re not able to braid your own hair.
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Because the makeup look was so minimal, the models first had their skin prepped with Dr. Lancer Skincare products. After each model had her face cleaned with Dr. Lancer Polish and Dr. Lancer Cleanse, the soon-to-be-released Dr. Lancer Lift & Plump Sheet Mask was used to give skin a dewy glow before heading over to makeup.
Val Garland created the makeup look at Herve working with MAC Cosmetics. After using the MAC Mineralize Moisture SPF Foundation on the skin, Val set the skin with pressed powder and blended a soft highlight at the cheekbones. Leaving the lashes bare, Val applied MAC Fluidline Gel Liner in Blacktrack on the upper lashline and lower lashline at the waterline in pin-thin lines. To complete the look, she applied a clear lip balm onto the lips to hydrate them without adding too much shine.
What do you think of the punk princess look, HollywoodLifers?