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Bleak Chic at Burberry

Hairstylist Malcolm Edwards said the hair backstage at Burberry complemented the “bleak chic” colors in the collection.

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Backstage beauty at Burberry

Backstage beauty at Burberry

Photo By Delphine Achard

Hairstylist Malcolm Edwards said the hair backstage at Burberry complemented the “bleak chic” colors in the collection. To wit, Edwards, who worked with L’Oréal Professional, designed a center-parted, wavy style to accommodate high hats the models donned. The dry texture of last season, added Edwards, was replaced with a moisturized finish — which he got by working a blend of L’Oréal Tecni.art’s Liss Control and Fix Move into the hair.

Makeup artist Wendy Rowe tested her skill with an understated face — an artful blend of foundation, concealer, a tad of pale brown MAC Cosmetics shadow, called Aria, on the lid and a slick of sheer MAC Freshbrew lipstick on the mouth. Rowe summed up the look as “like the feeling and texture of cream poured onto chocolate cake.”
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