Makeup artist Pat McGrath and hairstylist Julien d’Ys created a kaleidoscope of looks with inspiration garnered from sources including William Hogarth, James Gillray and Queen Elizabeth’s guards.
“They’re really gorgeous and fun,” said McGrath, who was working with Max Factor.
As well as theatrical makeup, McGrath used eyeliner in Nightclubbing and Max Factor 2000 Calorie mascara.
“It’s around the period of the 17th century,” said d’Ys, who topped some crops with voluminous wigs in cotton-candy colors and sprayed others into multicolored spikes, which were plastered with Galliano-print paper.
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