By Joely Walker
Six shows back-to-back, plenty of Diet Coke and heaps of beauty inspiration. Day five brought with it an eclectic mix of pretty and feminine thrown in with references of punk and fairytale.
Diane Kendal used Tory Burch's brand new make-up range on the models backstage. A warm peachy blusher paired with Mac Cream Colour Base in Bronze Frost on the eyes gave a sultry day look.
Peter Gray for Morrocanoil focused on 'real hair' that anyone could recreate at home. A steep side parting, loose waves with an added touch of detail at the back - we love.
Backstage nice guy, Tom Pecheux for Mac wanted to mirror the gilded gold and black in the collection with a statement eye. First he created a winged gold shape using Mac Liquid Liner in Gold, once dried he added a smaller feline flick over the top in Mac Black Track.
'Fantasy characters' were the inspiration behind this theatrical make-up look. James Kaliardos for Nars layered both shades in new Nars Eye Duo in Dolomites for a reddish brown eye that went right up into the brows. On lips James used Nars Liner in Mambo before applying a bespoke lip glitter, in either pink or brown depending on the models skin tone.
Odile Gilbert used clip-in extensions to create Fairytale princess like manes of hair. To get a natural wave she braided each girl first and left before shaking out and adding gold and adorned barrettes.
In-keeping with the theme of childhood nostalgia the models nails were painted in one coat of Sally Hansen Polish in Vintage Confetti or Pink Dream (out September).
To create the effect of bitten lips Talia Shobrook for Laura Mercier used a large eye blending brush to apply a mix of Laura Mercier lipstick in Portofino and Mango.
We're looking to this loose, knotted bun for wedding hair inspiration. Jeanie Syfu for Tresemme used conditioning treatment in hairline for a lived-in feel.
Wednesday Adams meets Tim Burton was the inspiration behind Guido's childlike braids.
Dick Page for Shiseido piled on black liner and added a few coats of mascara to give the make-up a punky edge.
Oscar de la Renta:
Crammed into Oscar's studio whilst Drake played on speakers, Gucci Westman for Revlon explained that the minky grey eye was inspired by one of the furs in the collection.
Orlando Pita customised choppy, cropped wigs for each of the models.