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Beauty report: Get Jill Stuart's NYFW look

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Beauty report: Get Jill Stuart's NYFW look

A beauty look I can get down with needs to fulfil a few requirements before I can commit. Number one, I need a wee bit of colour somewhere, anywhere! Number two, I needs multiple textures and finishes. Number three, it needs a touch of glamour. And finally number four, the look in its entirety needs to take less than 15 minutes. My beauty check list was completed when I watched the artists work on the beauty look for the Jill Stuart f/w 2014 show. The look has "it" girl written all over it. Just enough polish, with a whole lot of rock 'n' roll undertones. First off, can we talk about this perfect imperfect hair. Brilliant. Can we finally kick structure curling iron curls to the curb, because it's all about body waves. Lead hairstylist James Pecis wanted to bring a bohemian downtown look to the hair using the T3 BodyWaver Large Barrel Styling Iron. After, curls were broken up and brushed through with fingers. As for the part, it had to be a centre, "a centre part changes everything, it gives off a cool confidence," says Pecis. The makeup had a lived in carefree aspect to it. Aaron de May, lead makeup artist for Maybelline did an artistic take on the smoky eye. Using three different shades (Smouldering Violet, Blue Blaze and Emerald Fury) of Maybelline Eye Studio Master Smoky Long Wear Shadow Pencils he layered it all around the eye, no mascara needed. He kept the rest of the face clean and polished, not even a swipe of blush. However, a dab of Maybelline Baby Lips was added to give models' lips a healthy bit of sheen.  
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Beauty report: Get Jill Stuart's NYFW look

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