We’ve come to expect a certain level of unkempt “coolness” from the Proenza Schouler beauty look each season, and for spring, Paul Hanlon for Fekkai wanted the girls’ hair to look purposefully scraggly and lived-in. He tied a scarf around each model’s neck—over the hair—to create a dent, as if her hair had gotten stuck under her collar. Diane Kendal for MAC added some smudged eyeliner under the eyes, and these urban girls were good to go.
Guido Palau for Redken created a rock ‘n’ roll, “party girl” look inspired by Edie Sedgwick for the Marc Jacobs show. He pulled the hair into a disheveled, low-slung ponytail with a deep side part, and teased near the crown for extra volume. Francois Nars wanted to give Edie’s classic makeup look a modern update, so he concentrated on strong, square eyebrows, pale skin (no blush or lipstick!) and lots of mascara.
Wes Gordon's uptown girls got down and dirty this season: Bumble and bumble's Laurent Philippon created a rough, dreadlock-inspired style that was a surprising contrast to the collection. We've never seen bedhead look so good!
The Tory Burch girl is fresh-faced and a bit bohemian this season—we love how carefree and romantic these messy fishtail braids look.
A very cool peek-a-boo braid at Herve Leger.
You really can’t go wrong when your beauty look is inspired by the great Kate Moss, which was precisely the case at BCBG. With messy, party-girl hair and black kohl eyeliner rimming the eyes, this style is sure to bring out the sexy, inner supermodel in all of us.