SNEAK PEEK: SPRING/SUMMER 2016 NYFW DAY FOUR

Mara Hoffman:

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Ji Oh:

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Monique Lhuillier:

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Babyghost:

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Collina Strada:

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Sandy Liang:

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All Photos and Content ®2015 Rachel Scroggins/The Greyest Ghost.

AMMERMAN SCHLÖSBERG FALL/WINTER 2015: BACKSTAGE

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I was only allowed backstage at the FW15 Ammerman Schlösberg show for a few brief moments. But that small window of time was enough for me to see that the shows hair and makeup were likely to be one of the most unusual beauty looks of the season.

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Mark Carrasquillo and the SEPHORA PRO team created the look, which was inspired by the clothing collection’s “Furry Hospital” theme. Featuring pale skin, glittery smokey eyes, and on some models– fake blood.

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Spring 2015 Backstage

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Backstage at the S/S 2015 Marc by Marc Jacobs show, it seemed as if I was transported back to my high school years in the late 1990’s. With makeup inspired by (the original 1980’s) English Rave scene, and hair by 90’s era Bjork, it’s no wonder why!

Redken’s Guido chose Bjorks’s signature hair knots, redone in a mohawk type style, to transform the models into “tough girls” for the show.

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Redken’s Wind Blown 05 was used to add texture to hair. Next, said Guido “I started by taking the hair into four horizontal sections and bringing them into little ponytails at the top of the crown, twisting them down, leaving some ends out and then pinning them with fine pins. Nothing is perfect. The part isn’t perfect, so you get kind of a punky feeling.”

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