By Courtney Smith
“I didn’t want any softness or prettiness,” hairstylist Anthony Turner said of his shiny hair pulled back into a low, straight ponytail. “I wanted a bit of aggression. The girls needed to feel tough, antiromantic and rebellious.”
With L’Oréal Professionnel products, Turner combed Tecni Art Glue through the hair, then up and off the face into a low side-part. The back of the hair was pulled into a low ponytail and Mythic Oil gave additional shine. “I want it to feel like plastic,” he said.
Makeup artist Diane Kendal for MAC Cosmetics expressed toughness via a filled-in eyebrow of ash-gray tones. “It’s quite boyish and straight-across, with the inner corner squared off and brushed-out,” she said.
Under the brow, gray and gold eye shadows from the Trend Forecast Spring 16 Eye Palette were layered onto the lids and blended up into the brow bone, then dusted with Tenderling Blush. On skin, extra shine was taken down with Blot Film blotting paper and Lip Conditioner was smoothed over lips laid with foundation.