Sunday, October 20, 2019

Moschino Hair Makeup

Backstage Beauty
Moschino served up bright paint-splotched chignons for spring. Inspired by the traditions of Picasso’s native Spain, Julien d’Ys crafted Spanish-style chignons. Each model either wore a custom wig or had their hair parted down the middle, twisted at the base of the neck, and pinned into a voluminous knot. But that was only the beginning of his idiosyncratic homage: the stylist administered strokes of paint in shades of red, pink, blue, green, and yellow down the hair for a “touch of color.” Offsetting the shocks of pigment, makeup artist Kabuki sought to evoke Picasso in a minimalistic way by saturating the lips in MAC’s Retro Matte Liquid lip color in the cult red shade Feels So Grand and tracing on black negative-space liner in thin, extended wings. Imbuing perennial classics with painterly accents, the Picasso beauty brought an imaginative, all-encompassing surrealism to Milan. Visit Judaysia at