Vive le Chloé

By Georgia Collins

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Last season's Chloe show was single-handedly responsible for the bouncing, healthy hair, the honeyed skin and the caramel gloss that dominated our beauty wardrobes. It also did much to reignite our love for the 1970s, a decade that thanks to the Chloe team seems to have had a major resurgence this season too. So, what to expect this time round? More of the same? Well no actually, quite the opposite. In place of the bouncing waves we had small, tight knots inspired by ballerinas and the desire to add a defiantly masculine edge to the look. A smooth, well-constructed 'small head' according to hair stylist Luigi Murenu, needing only a little hairspray to keep it neat and tight.

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Over on make-up Charlotte Tilbury did what she does best, gorgeously glossy skin and the kind of handsome, full brows she is so known for. The feeling of luxe and expense that was so evident last season hadn't disappeared altogether though, well-placed highlights gave skin a polished edge and an architectural luminosity that sculpted faces brilliantly.

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