For the WAYNE collection, the huntress slips on the skin of her prey. Models donned outfits of multiple reptile skins mixed with fur and fluid silk that cascaded effortlessly on the body. Girls also wore black or white Converse sneakers for a sporty and unique finish.
Lead Makeup Artist Pep Gay and the MAC pro team achieved a look to compliment WAYNE’s clean and constructed clothes – by keeping it simple, relaxed and cool. The color palette of the season is gray, black, and white with a snakeskin pattern.
Faces were prepped with toner and generous amounts of Moisture Infusion moisturizer then dabs of Face + Body concealer was used around eyes and nose to conceal any redness. For the eyes, black creme liner was applied to the roots of the lashes. Smolder kohl was applied on inner waterlines, and white chroma cake was brushed around bottom corners of eyes with an organic stroke. Brows were filled in a bit, for a subtly strong look. Taupe powder blush created a triangle shape to mimic a shadow under cheekbones. Lip conditioner was applied on the lips.
James Pecis for Bumble and bumble constructed a loose ponytail that was both feminine and sporty. The hair was kept shoulder length, being sassy and loose at the neck. Holding spray was applied from the roots to ends, followed by prepping, thickening sprays and blow-drying. http://www.bumbleandbumble.com
The hair and makeup for WAYNE is highly attainable and wearable. The WAYNE devotee is ready for a dazzling ambush on urban streets from day to night.
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