LONDON — "She's been legging it across the moors,” L'Oréal Professional's Anthony Turner said of Erdem's girls, their once-neat chignons becoming disheveled on their journey.
He spritzed hair with L'Oréal Pli, dried it in with his fingers, tied it in a low pony, and then backcombed and twisted it into a messy knot.
He also pulled out a veil of hair at the front so it would stick to Val Garland's dewy skin. Infinium Lumiere spray held the look in check.
Using Nars makeup, Garland translated Erdem's 17th-century painting references into “Village of the Damned.”
"I wanted it all to look a bit clone-like and a little bit mad,” she said, employing Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturiser and Creamy Concealer.
The eye, lined top and bottom inside the rim with Via Veneto Larger Than Life Long Wear Eyeliner, was illuminated at the outer corner with Triple X Lip Gloss.
Lips were buffed with Stick Concealer.