Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Fall 2013: Carolina Herrera

At Carolina Herrera's show at the tents at Lincoln Center this morning, lead stylist for Moroccanoil Orlando Pita of Orlo Salon created a 1940s-style rolled updo that perfectly complemented the romantic collection. "I updated it for today by making it smaller to the head," he told me. To get the look, Pita prepped the hair with new Moroccanoil Heat Styling Protection (and Volumizing Mousse for fine hair) before blow-drying, then applied Hydrating Styling Cream. He then parted the hair in the middle and created three sections, rolling the hair in the front two sections very tightly and pinning them up in the back. Finally, he rolled up the back section a bit wider than the front and pinned it in place to create a seamless effect before misting the look with Glimmer Shine Spray for a glossy finish.

Diane Kendal, lead makeup artist for M.A.C, was also on hand backstage, creating a pretty and feminine makeup look that featured cream shadows in metallic oyster and matte brown shades, bronze blush and lips stained with a coral-berry hue. Nails, by Gina Edwards for Essie, were painted with the elegant soft modern mauve Ladylike polish.

 

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