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It was all about fresh, flawless and dewy skin at Matthew Williamson where Rimmel make-up artist Kirstin Piggott wanted the girls to look expensive and luxurious but not flash. In beauty language this meant a pale white liner around the inside of eyes to brighten them up, a touch of matte bronzer on cheeks and a wash of biscuit-y brown over lids.
Hair stylist and nice'n easy Creative Director Duffy wanted to portray a well-traveled bohemian girl, which he did by adding soft textured waves and blow-drying to smooth their hairs cuticles. A lesson in how to make simple, beautiful.