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By Meghan Langston

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The Douglas Hannant show had a 1960’s inspired garden party feel. Picture Audrey Hepburn meets Marisa Berenson. Warren & Tricomi expertly crafted the hair look, while Le Métier de Beaute developed a naturally beautiful makeup style. Hair is curled and set before some teasing is applied and pulled back with curls on each side for a messy-natural look. For a girly feel, Essie’s nail polish in ‘Knockout Pout’ was applied. The nail art complements the idea of a classic woman with edge that is up-to-date with the nail trend. Lead makeup artist Mickey Castillo for Le Métier de Beauté went for a coquettish look with humor and lady-like elegance. Black liner was applied on the lash line to really bring out the eyes for a soft look. The beauty look is accented with bold baby pink cheeks, using matte blush, for a very smooth and sleek look.

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Originally published September 2012

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