Shocks of bright pink, orange, and blue stretched across the lids at Carolina Herrera, juxtaposed against skin that was left pretty much bare save for a sheer layer of foundation and highlighter. For the pink and orange shades, makeup artist Romy Soleimani used lipstick, smudging the bullet across the lids the same way you would apply it to your lips. “It should feel very unlabored,” she explained. “Which requires you to have restraint and not try to make a perfect shape. That’s how you get that minimal, shocking, how’d-that-happen effect.”

Speaking of minimal, hairstylist Odile Gilbert left each model with her natural texture, whether that was straight, semi-wavy, curly, cropped, or shaved. If the model arrived with product-logged hair, she went straight to the shampoo bowl for a wash and a treatment mask. Otherwise, Gilbert simply ran a bit of Tresemmé Keratin Smooth Heat Protect Spray throughout the strands to calm flyaways and make split ends look a little less split.

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