Beauty Points

The Show: Ruffian. The Look: Windswept Scott with a Victorian note.


The Show: Ruffian

The Look: Windswept Scott with a Victorian note—microcrimped hair that conjured visions of a Scottish girl in the hills was the creation of Bumble and Bumble stylist Neil Moodie. “She’s searching for the Holy grail in the moors with everything but the bloodhounds snapping at her rear,” said MAC makeup artist James Kaliardos whose ruddy eye and stained berry lips gave the appropriate flush, but were still a bit brooding. The elaborate tulle-covered nails by MAC senior artist Keri Blaire featured tiny veiled cameos.

The Products: MAC Eye Shadow in Love’s Lure (out this spring) and Bumble and Bumble Dry Spun Finish Spray (out in July).

The Trick: Kaliardos applied the red shadow Loves Lure on the cheeks using a blush brush and blended in a circular motion.

The Scoop: Karliardos said this was the same makeup look he did for Kristen Stewart on the cover of British Vogue.