Hailey Baldwin, is that you?! The model was unrecognizable backstage preparing for the Jeremy Scott show on Sept. 12, but we are obsessed with the ’80s-grunge beauty look the designer chose for his Spring 2017 show. Get all of the details on Hailey’s look, and all of the It models who walked the show, ahead.
Jeremy Scott always has the most exciting backstage during New York Fashion Week, and his spring/summer 2017 show didn’t disappoint. Between the over-the-top hair, makeup and nails he chooses to match his quirky designs and the It models he casts for his shows (this season included Hailey Baldwin, Sara Sampaio, Chanel Iman and Stella Maxwell), it’s the one show we never want to miss.
In a geometric cut bob, Hailey was among the models who was almost unrecognizable backstage. Sporting a brunette bowl cut wig created by Eugene Souleiman, the stylist worked with Wella Professionals to create a unique look for each model. While the bowl cut might not be making a comeback anywhere off the runway, you can still add the glossy shine each girl’s hair was given thanks to the Wella EIMI Glam Mist, $19.
Creating unique makeup looks for the girls as well, Kabuki worked with MAC Cosmetics on three different colored smokey eyes. With Hailey rocking the diffused purple look (thanks to MAC Eyeshadow in Beautiful Iris, $16), other models were given orange and teal versions of the smudged out smokey shadow.
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@sarasampaio ✌️ backstage @itsjeremyscott. Hair by the wizard @eugenesouleiman makeup by the master @kabukinyc styled by the legend @carlynecerfdedudzeele #dreamteam #slimecity #totally80s #runwaybeauty #nyfwnails #nailart look created with @opi_products
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To complete the look, Miss Pop created the coolest (and arguably easiest DIY) nail art ever! Working with OPI, Miss Pop painted each model’s nails in either I Just Can’t Cope-Acabana, That’s Berry Daring, We’re In The Black, Red My Fortune Cookie or Wild Blue Yonder. Once the base had dried, she chose a contrasting color and poured a bit of the lacquer out onto some foil. Taking a pencil, Miss Pop dipped the eraser end into the poured out polish and pressed it at the bottom of the nail, repeating on each finger. Then, she simply sealed the whole look with a thin layer of Top Coat once it had dried.
We love how you can adapt different aspects of this beauty look into your own routine! HollywoodLifers, let us know if you’ll be trying out any of the pro tips!