“Don’t worry about perfection when achieving this hair, as it’s more about creative self-expression,” says stylist Tamara McNaughton. First, pull the hair into separate ponytails from the center and then twist each into freeform shapes. For lasting style, finish with Sally Hershberger’s 24K Superiority Complex Texturizing Paste.
For a look that’s both classic and polished, start with clean, moisturized skin and apply a pop of color to the cheeks and lips. Makeup artist Sergio Corvacho recommends products with dual purpose, like Westman Atelier’s Baby Cheeks Blush Stick, to add warmth to both areas.
GO WITH THE GLOW
Get experimental this season by swiping shimmery shadow near the side of the eye rather than the lid. “I used a natural brush to draw a lunar shape on the high plane of the cheek,” explains artist Susie Sobel. The key is to work with build-able formulas like Armani Eyes To Kill to go from sheer highlight to a full striking glow.