Milan Highlights: Day Two

Our favourite beauty looks of the day

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By Amy Lawrenson

Roberto Cavalli's girls had easy, natural hair using Redken Shine Flash, £11.75, on the roots and Work Force 12 on the mid-lengths and ends. Another 'Raw Beauty' reference from Diane Kendal for the make-up.

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At Emilio Pucci models were tough and sporty, but still a little sexy (well, we are at Pucci). Hair god Luigi Murenu channelled Duran Duran and Madonna with a deep side part, lift at the roots and a soft wave. It's 'understated glam' he told me. 'It's sensual, the gesture of sweeping the hair over'.

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A plethora of models from different generations graced the catwalk for Moschino's 30th anniversary including Erin O'Connor, Alex Wek and Jodie Kidd. The theme? Good girls and bad girls. The good girls were all dewy skin and highlights with light, airy braids.

The bad girls wore their hair slick and side parted - the wet look was down to Pantene Ice Shine Mousse, £3.69, and plenty of hairspray. The strong hair was paired with a graphic red/black eye and blood red lip. Which look do you prefer?

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With a LOT of models walking we salute make-up artist Tom Pecheux and Sam McKnight in hair - who I'm calling the Moschino Dream Team.

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