A Gorgeous Mod Beauty Look To Try Now
As every fashion girl knows, no outfit is complete without a perfectly pulled-together beauty sitch. Our EIC, showed us how it’s done at her Pre-Fall 2015 preview. “This collection is very 60’s and is combined with my personal bohemian style,” says Rachel. “I wanted the hair and makeup to have that same vibe.” Get the steps for pulling off the mod, low ponytail and fresh, boho makeup straight from our Joey Maalouf and makeup artist Sarah Uslan. Now all that’s left is getting our hands on all the amazing pieces from the collection–hello, printed minidress.
Sarah's Makeup How-To
"This makeup look is so fresh and simple. We wanted her to showcase her beauty without making her look like she's wearing a ton of makeup."
Swipe a creamy foundation stick in the center of the face to color correct and conceal any blemishes. Blending outwards keeps skin flawless yet fresh-looking.
Comb eyebrows down before applying a brow powder then comb back up for a softer, bushier look.
Prime the lid and apply a reddish-brown eye shadow along the lash line and blend up into the crease. Lightly line the eye with a bronzed shadow pencil and create a subtle wing at outer corners with a black gel liner.
Curl lashes and apply multiple coats of mascara. Comb through lashes with spooley brush to remove any thick clumps.
Pat a pink cream blush into lips and cheeks with fingers.
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Joey's Hair How-To
"The hair was inspired by the '60s but we wanted to take a more modern approach to the look. We kept the volume at the crown and left the front neat and polished while making sure to keep lots of texture at the pony."
Apply a texturizing spray to roots and create a center part. Grab front pieces and pull behind the ears.
Tease the crown and spritz with hairspray while tousling with fingers to give hair more volume and texture.
Pull back section of hair down to the nape of the neck, add front pieces and secure with an elastic. Smooth and hairspray front pieces flat to accentuate the lift in the ponytail.