Circumnavigating the globe on a whim, the Camilla woman is free-spirited, strong, and culturally curious.
Key makeup design notes: eyes reigned at Camilla, with Napoleon Perdis creating an earthy spin on a boho smoky eye. Eyeliner (Eye Pencil - Brown Sugar, AU$28) was worked along the lashline and buffed into the socket, matched with a complimentary shimmer along the bottom lash (Loose Eye Dust – Bronze Ambition, AU$35) to create a raw, textured take on a smoky eye. A diamante on the inner corner of the eye catches light and creates extra sparkle.
Skin was kept natural looking, prepped with serum (Skin Renewal Serum, AU$79) and topped with tinted moisturiser (Off Duty Tinted Moisturiser, $48) and powder (Camera Finish, $65).
Lips were designed as a just-bitten flush, with a blush red gloss (Lip Gloss – Front Row Red, AU$30) worked along the cupids bow and onto the swell of the lower lip.
Key hair design notes: using a simple but exquisitely groomed top knot as a base, Goldwell and hair director Sharon Blain created a look that featured braids, hair pieces, ribbons and trinkets to reflect the Gypsy inspiration of Camilla’s collection. Key products used were Goldwell StyleSign Magic Finish Hairspray (AU$22.95), a brush-out hairspray that doesn’t leave any residue and Goldwell StyleSign Diamond Gloss (AU$22.95), a shine spray that doesn’t add weight or leave hair sticky.
Key nail notes: the nail design by OPI was about turning nails into a colour accessory, with the concept of a statement nail finally jumping from internet trendsetters to catwalk credibility. Stark cream shades were contrasted by light shimmers (OPI nail lacquer in Glitzerland, AU$19.95), and bold colours were offset by feature nails in striking shades of yellow and pink (above: OPI Do You Lilac It? and OPI Kiss Me On My Tulips, AU$19.95).
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