Victoria Beckham Strips Models Down to Their Inner Beauty
It isn't Fashion Week until we spot makeup artist Pat McGrath. And backstage at Victoria Beckham Spring 2014, each model had a touch of Pat's signature style wearing thick black headbands. "With the black headband all you see is the girl's face so it streamlines it — takes the personality from each girl and makes them look utilitarian," said lead hairstylist Guido for Redken. Guido and Victoria worked to create a clean and modern look with a sleek, low ponytail. Each model's hair was blown straight with Redken Satinwear (£12) and the Babybliss Volare Dryer (£85) to get a uniform style.
For McGrath, the goal was to achieve a flawless complexion. The makeup was a luminous look that featured a mix of blush on the eyelids with copper and brown accents. The nude trend continued on the nails, which were painted with Nails Inc. Elizabeth Street (£11) with a matte top coat. See POPSUGAR Fashion's review of the show.