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The dark hues were offset by a glimmer of gold along the eye’s inside corner, natural skin and very wet-looking peach lip gloss. Can the average women wear it? Maybe not, acknowledged Pecheux, unless she has unwavering self confidence. Then again he adds, “You’re selling a dream, and the dream doesn’t have to come true.”
A perky and textured ponytail created by hairstylist Teddy Charles completed the rocker-glam look. While the style appeared like a rather straightforward ponytail from the front, when the models turned in profile they revealed two ponytails. Charles said the two ponytails created a small element of surprise. The hairstylist, working independently, applied T3 plumping lotion to the hair before blow-drying to add volume. He then teased hair at the front before pulling it into a top pony tail, and followed with another ponytail just under it. “The hair is soft and textured,” he said.
The models’ nails were equally rocker-esque, painted with deep purple-brown shade called Fedora by Creative Nail Design.