Hair (Rodney Cutler for Cutler/Redken): All wigged out. Cutler didn’t bother explaining how to answer the classic “how do you achieve the look at home” question, because why bother? You wouldn’t need to replicate this look unless it was Halloween and you were looking for the perfect hairstyle to accompany your Jazzercise leotard. Models had sleek, low ponytails, topped by choppy, fluffy, straight mops of hair. They purposely sought out the cheapest, most synthetic wigs possible because “why try and make it look serious?” Although they did nix the idea of a green wig, laughing because it didn’t look “natural.”
Makeup (Domenico Briguglio for Stila): Mod-mania with a Peggy Moffatt reference, with top and bottom “dolly” lashes. After drawing a graphic, swept out eye contour using their Smudge Stick in Turquoise (out September), he glued a row of straight lashes on top, with a liberal dose of mascara. For the bottom, he alternated the trimming of an eyelash piece, to create a long/short/long/short lash effect.
Nails (Elegant Touch): Betsey Johnson nails kick ass, literally. Using a black as a base (Little Black Dress), they gave a B, J, and KicksA to each digit of the finger using a white (All White Out.)