By Joely Walker
Charles Worthington hair stylist, Marc Trinder, decided on natural and sleek for today’s show. But here’s a classic example of how natural doesn’t always equate to simple, or easy. To ensure the ends of the hair separate into sections Marc created an ‘S’ shape braid at the back, lower half, of the head (which was then covered by the upper half of the hair).
The aim was to thin out the hair and create a great twisted effect on the ends. To achieve this look Marc used Front Row Turn Up the Volume Blow Dry Spray by Charles Worthington £5.49, to give the hair a slightly matte texture, followed by Front Row Mirror Dazzle Shine Spray £5.49, on the roots and ends of the hair.
St Topez master, Nicola Joss, wanted to create an apricot hued tan with a hint of shine, reminiscent of 1950’s starlets. Fresh and summery shades were achieved by applying St Tropez Moisturising Lotion, followed by a mix of St Tropez Skin Illuminators in Gold and Rose £12.26 and finishing with a slick of the St Tropez Shimmer Stick £15.32. Peachy, perfect, tanning for spring.
Lucia Pica, MAC make-up artist, wanted the models to look like they had spent the day in the country air, with flushed cheeks and dewy skin – the ultimate English rose. Vaseline was mixed with MAC ProLongwear Concealer £14.50 to give the eyes sockets a simple sheen followed by Grande Dame and Lush Life MAC Lipsticks to stain the cheeks and lips. Finish the look with curled lashes, lashings of mascara and bushed up brows.