Hair (Rolanda Beauchamp for Bumble & Bumble): This look is ultra cool, if a little schizophrenic to pull off yourself. It’s a split personality look. Beauchamp explains the allure like this: “If you’re on one side of the audience, you see one thing. And when she turns, you see the flip.” Beginning with a slight side part, one half of the hair is straight and sleek, and the other is a super-tight, folded over braided cornrow. To achieve the look, Beauchamp used Bumble & Bumble’s new Full Form Mousse and used his hands to dry the hair super straight. He tightly braided the cornrow on one side, tucks it underneath, and gently flatirons the ends to keep it straight.
Makeup (Gordon Espinet for MAC): Espinet’s girl was a sci-fi/manga girl, without a hint of cartoon or clown. “It’s about a woman who is so cool she doesn’t wear mascara, foundation, lipstick, and likes to play around with makeup as an accessory.” Espinet went with a unique and customized eye look for every single girl. Each girl started with a very thin black line above the lashline, followed by a thin line of red, orange, pink, white, or blue, matched to the girl’s complexion, eye color, and runway outfit. Espinet followed up with a medium tone outline in the crease.