THROW A SHADE
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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.