Textured Hair Silhouette at Cynthia Rowley - Fall 2012
Whether you were backstage or watching the clothes come down the runway, you couldn't miss the models' very textured hair. Duffy for Amika created the interesting texture using a super skinny curling iron for ringlets and figure eight pin sets for frizz.
"It's not a ponytail; it's not a bun. It's just a texture, and it's a silhouette. Every girl is going to be different," Duffy said. "The clothes are very structured, very graphic and Cynthia wanted something that was going to break that. She didn't want a tight clean 'Fashion Week" ponytail. She wanted something that gave it personality."
The makeup was a lot more tame than the hair. Lottie for Make Up For Ever mixed the HD Invisible Cover Foundation with Uplight and moisturizer to give the skin a moist, dewy look. There's no blush and just a touch of balm on the lips. The focal point are the brows, which are "just a perfectly groomed and brushed eyebrow."
Cynthia picked a trio of Zoya nail shades: Dea, Cynthia and Christina. Eight of the nails feature the nude Dea shade, while one nail is accented with Cythia and Christina on the other.