Sumo Knots and 5 different lipsticks for Carolina Herrera SS2015
Here it comes the second Japanise-inspired hairstyle of the season. Would it be a trend for next spring? Whether it will or not it’s totally worth-it. Backstage at Carolina Herrera, Orlando Pita wanted to back up the mosaic-flower prints seen in the collection creating a sumo knot, some kind of looped ponytail at the crown of the head with some pinned, blount-cut extensions beneath it. Secret weapon of this hairstyle was Biosilk Firm Hold Finishing Spray that Pita sprayed until knot and extensions stood straight on their own. On the other hand Diane Kendal, working with MAC Cosmetics, moved away from the japanese inspiration and opted for a classic Carolina Herrera face, featuring standout lips and bronzed eyes. She sculpted cheekbones with Sculpting Powder and added a healthy flush with Flower Power Blush along with some highlights with Silver Dusk. For the eyes she used Paint Pots in Constructivist (a rich brown) and on top of it added Indianwood (a coppery brown) blending it out to the brow bone. To complete the look Kendal matched models lips with their outfit using 5 different shades from red to pink: MAC Red, Brave Red, Make Me Gorgeous, Girl About Town and Divaish.