Beauty Notes: Jeremy Scott

The hair and makeup for Jeremy Scott was a dazzling mix of rainbow-colored pastels, perfect for his latest collection. Kabuki, the head makeup artist for MAC, called the inspiration for the look “ravers of the 21st century,” while Wella’s lead hair stylist, the world-renowned Eugene Souleiman, said that the process for the hair was similar to “creating avatars.”

For the skin, Kabuki used Studio Sculpt Foundation, Select Moisturecover, and Prep + Prime Transparent Finishing Powder. For the eyes, he applied "Untitled" Paint, Select Cover-Up Color Corrector in Peach, Goldmine and Nylon eye shadow, and finished with Coffee and NC15/NW20 Chromagraphic eye pencils. On the lips he used Blue Lipmix combined with Freshwater eye shadow and lined them with Chromagraphic Pencil in High-Def Cyan. For the cheeks, he lightly brushed on a sparse amount of Ladyblush Blushcreme. Finally, he finished off the look by gluing handmade bindi gems around the eyes and placing a large flashing decal in the middle of the forehead.

Created using 100% Kanekalon Jumbo Braids, the hair was sewn and pieced together to integrate a number of different colors, then cut short to emphasize the face.

Backstage beauty photos by Sonny Vandevelde and Christopher Swainston from the Jeremy Scott runway show at Milk Studios.

— Erin Kelleher

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