THROW A SHADE

Ad­just the vol­ume—in ev­ery colour imag­in­able.

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

TONAL­ITY: THE FU­TURE OF COLOUR ( AND HAP­PI­NESS?) Mere min­utes af­ter the Marc Ja­cobs show fin­ished in New York, fash­ion peeps put their colourists on blast, de­mand­ing a mink hair up­grade. Let’s ex­plain the “I’m serene and from the fu­ture” tonal colour good­ness that caused such ex­cite­ment: Mod­els at Ja­cobs’ ethe­real pre­sen­ta­tion wore iden­ti­cally chopped wigs by hair­styl­ist Guido Palau in a range of vin­tage­hued shades such as blond, mauve, ashy beige and sil­very mink brown. “It’s so per­fect, it looks fu­tur­is­tic,” said Palau back­stage. “It’s very graphic hair be­yond colour.” This ex­plo­ration in tonal colour moved into makeup too. Makeup artist François Nars went for neu­tral pas­tel tones to create a man­nequin-like effect on the skin, us­ing co­pi­ous amounts of translu­cent pow­der to make skin matte (in con­trast to the shim­mer­ing fab­rics in the fu­tur­is­tic col­lec­tion) and bleached brows to match the hair.

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