On Thursday, model Staz Lindes was more or less anointed a Saint Laurent muse when Hedi Slimane posted a series of portraits of her and her older brother Misha on his eponymous Diary. This was after casting her in his spring 2016 show. Though Lindes’ pout and sliced cheekbones are genetic gifts, she does have a few beauty tricks up her sleeve. Read on to see why you should load up on water and toss the Moroccan oil.
Your look in three words:
Tomboy, feminine, mess.
Never leave the house without:
Phone, keys, wallet, lip balm and lipstick—I’m back into DIVA by MAC and MAC’s lip hydration.
Ten pushups, when I remember to, and stretches.
Water and moisturizer.
Water and moisturizer!
Fudge detox shampoo, apple cider vinegar, Earth Science deep conditioning olive and avocado hair masque.
Elvis and Me by Priscilla Presley.
Wi Spa in Los Angeles.
Fragrance of choice:
Spitfire Girl - No. 3 Lilac, Jasmine and Gardenia perfume
Best advice from mom:
Best advice from makeup and hair professionals:
Don’t use Moroccan oil too much on blonde hair because it turns your hair brassy. Use apple cider vinegar to wash you hair every couple of weeks. And [otherwise], don’t wash your hair.
Brigitte Bardot and Deborah Harry