The Marc Jacobs Fall 2010 collection had a nostalgic, vintage vibe and the models' look was kept simple and natural. The designer worked with Francois Nars, the creator of Nars Cosmetics for the fashion show. The makeup artist describes the makeup look he did on the models as “very simple, sexy and cool - like when Kate Moss goes out and wears the same makeup the next day. It's a worn-out look, not overdone, but beautiful on the runway.”
17 Feb, 2010
The face of the models were kept “very natural” with liquid foundation, face powder for a shine-free finish and a touch of blush.
The emphasis has been placed on the eyes: a gray lavender hue and a pale baby blue eyeshadow were applied and blended with fingers to get that worn-out look. Eyes were further accentuated with eyeliner along with several coats of mascara for a sticky, clumpy finish.
Nars used a pale coral-orange shade to give the models a matte lip look.
“All the colors of the show are neutral, beige and brown, so the makeup is the only focal point of color,” Nars said of Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2010 collection. “Marc had a specific idea of how he wanted the girls to look — really cool.”
The hairstylist of the show, Guido Palau from Redken did a dry, textured look. “It's a very easy look, not grungy, but sophisticated,” Palau said, with a French, '70s movie feel.
Models' hair was cut in layers, then styled with Redken's Fabricate texturizing product for the runway look.