Best in Beauty: Milan Fashion Week Day Four

Final day backstage in Milan

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By Joely Walker

Marni:

This is natural make-up but not as you know it. Tom Pecheux for Mac took inspiration from Madame Tussaud’s waxwork models; he wanted the skin to look ‘flawlessly creamy yet a little twisted’.

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Paul Hanlon plied hair with Bedhead Queen for a Day and TIGI Catwalk Curlesque Mousse and set it under a hair net for a 'helmet head' finish.

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Dolce & Gabbana:

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Pat McGrath based this pretty look on 'enchanted fairytales'. What does that equate to in make-up terms? Perfectly polished skin, a slick of mascara and their signature feline flick.

And on hair? Gorgeously braided buns with loose waves framing the face.

Missoni:

'I listened to the uplifting soundtrack and created a romantic, fresh and lift hairstyle to suit', Eugene Souleiman for Wella Professionals told us. The epitome of easy chic.

'A girl who's stood at the bus stop at 6am having partied all night', explained Lucia Pieroni for Mac. Aka a fabulous block liner and heaps of clumpy mascara. If only we looked this good at 6am...

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