By Suzanne Scott
MAC make-up artist James O'Reilly had water colour paintings on his mind when creating this look at Louise Gray. It was such a beautiful affect and was created by marking off the face with masking tape and then stippling up to six colours on the face, around the eye, cheekbones and over the brow bones. Nothing on lips, nothing on brows, the entire focus was on the colour. O'Reilly explained that this (if paired down) could be a wearable look, "it's just an extension of what they did in the 80's - the blending of three colours over the lid".
With all the colour going on with the make-up and within the collection L'Oreal Professionnel hair stylist, Luke Hersheson, wanted to offer a contrast with white. This being Louise Gray where anything goes the white came in the form of wigs that Luke nick-named "plonk on's".