Backstage at Christian Dior's fall 2017 couture show today, lead makeup artist Peter Philips was tasked with making the models look how you might feel after a long-haul flight–"kind of weathered," he explained, citing Amelia Earhart and women going into Inca temples as inspiration. In keeping with designer Maria Grazia Chiuri's world-traveling vision, hair stylist Guido Palau completed the look with loose, irregular waves raked back into low ponytails. "It should feel like easy and cinematic, almost like they're caught in a moment—not perfect," he explained.
The finished product? Clean skin, bushy eyebrows, and easy texture you'll want to replicate IRL.
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From: ELLE USA