Sunday Riley Lead Artist Lisa Eldridge creates the perfect just-bitten pink lip for and Malcolm Edwards creates a West London-inspired braided chignon with L’Oreal Professionnel products.
For Temperley London’s S/S 14 collection at London Fashion Week, Lead Makeup Artist Lisa Eldridge looked to 1970s bombshell Lauren Hutton for inspiration. That supple soft skin that glows from within, high and highlighted cheekbones and eyes that simply sparkle. A face that nature has painted.
Lauren Hotton was the main muse for the overall look but it was the just-bitten rose-y lip of a model that inspired the lipcolor. Eldridge was inspired by catwalker Thea Hudson who Eldridge says arrived for the backstage fitting without makeup and “the most perfect pink lips.”
She had to have them. Eldridge whipped up a color she calls Thea Pink and made it the lipcolor for all of the models that walked at Temperley London’s S/S 14 show.
The look was complimented by a creative plaited chignon created by Malcolm Edwards for L’Oreal Professionnel – a West London-inspired look that looks like the models created it themselves. Put-together but slightly messy – couture undone.
— Glynnis Mapp, Stylesight Beauty Editor