Make a Statement in Monochromatic Hair, Makeup, and Clothes
Nine fearless models had their hair bleached and dyed by Redken’s Global Color Creative Director Josh Wood and cut by Redken’s Global Creative Director Guido Palau for the Marc Jacobs Fall 2018 show. Marc Jacobs was inspired by Vidal Sassoon’s blunt haircuts in the 60s and 80s “nightclub hues” that translated as neon lights glowing on the hair. The team compared “literally thousands of fabric swatches and little pieces of hair trying to match the hair to the fabric” of the clothes in order to create the perfect head to toe monochromatic look. “Marc was very particular about matching the color with what the girl was wearing so it feels like a total look,” Palau said.
Makeup artist Diane Kendal delivered a bold glittery eye and keep the rest of the face natural. To get the look, lightly diffuse Marc Jacobs Beauty Shameless Youthful-Look 24H Foundation SPF 25 across the skin. Choose a glittery eyeshadow shade that best matches your outfit. Start by carefully pressing the eyeshadow on the eyelid with the finger. Once you have laid it down opaquely, blend out the edges into the crease and extend the shadow out to the temple for a dramatic wing effect. Then, tightline the lower waterline with Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in the shade Blacquer and smudge it out. Dab a dot of Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Creme Lipstick in the shade Scandal on the apple of each cheek and blend it out with your fingers until it melts into the skin. Finally, just pat over the lips slightly with foundation to tone down the color and keep the focus on the eyes.
Marc Jacobs Beauty – Shameless Youthful Look 24 Hour Foundation – Deep R530 • $46
Marc Jacobs Highliner Gel Eye Crayon • Marc Jacobs • $25
Marc Jacobs Beauty Le Marc Lip Crème Lipstick • $30
Redken Travel Size Satinwear 04 Smoothing Blow Dry Lotion • Redken • $6
Redken Shine Flash 02 • Redken • $19.50
Manic Panic NYC Classic Semi Permanent Hair Color Cream – Blue Moon • $19.50
Get the Look With Diane Kendal and Guido Palau’s Ultimate Toolkits
Correct imperfections by blending out a thin layer of foundation.
After applying glitter to the lids, line your lower waterline and smudge out with a brush or Q-Tip.
Dab lipstick on apples of the cheeks with your fingers for a light wash of color.
Blow out hair and curl ends under.
Finish with a few spritzes for added shine.