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An ‘Elegant,’ ‘Natural’ Look at Stella McCartney

Makeup artist Pat McGrath used brown mascara and a light blush plus groomed eyebrows.

PARIS — For the Stella McCartney show, hairstylist Eugene Souleiman pulled models’ hair back into tiny buns for a look he called “slightly masculine but really elegant. It just looks kind of cool and easy.”

To achieve the style, hair on the sides of models’ faces was made taut, while on the tops of their heads it was left looser, more textured. Finger were raked through the hair there and Wella Professionals Wet Velvet Amplifier Style Primer was applied.

Makeup artist Pat McGrath used brown mascara and a light blush plus groomed eyebrows for what she called a “very fresh, healthy, beautiful” effect.