August 30, 2016

Get The Look (beauty): Tanya Taylor NYFW FW16

It's all about healthy, glowing skin with a hint of rose-hued colored cheeks and lips at the
Tanya Taylor NYFW Fall/Winter 2016
image courtesy of Morgan Taylor Lacquer

Bumble & Bumble
lead stylist: Allen Wood
"The inspiration was a girl with disheveled hair that's been slightly frayed from napping in the grass of a secret garden." -Allen Wood

Take large sections of hair, and depending on hair type, mist with Surf Spray or Surf Foam Spray Blow Dry.
Twist and coil the sections and blow dry thoroughly. Continue to section hair and blow dry throughout.
Once all hair is dry, break apart each twisted section with fingertips and apply a small amount of Prêt-à-powder to rough-up and "fray" the twists.
Spray Dryspun throughout, making sure to massage a little into the crown to give a slept-in feel.
Finish with Does It All Hairspray throughout.

lead artist: Uzo, NARS International Lead Makeup Stylist
"This season's look focuses on healthy, transparent skin which is combined with glossy eyelids, soft-matte flushed cheeks and rosebud-hued lips." 

FACE: NARSkin Luminous Moisture Cream; Velvet Matte Skin Tint; Stick Concealer, Soft Velvet Loose Powder
CHEEKS: Copacabana Multiple; South Beach Multiple (for darker skin tone)
EYES: Porto Venere Eye Pain; Triple X Lip Gloss; Impassioned Blush; Antares Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow *NEW for FALL!!!
BROWS: Brow defining cream
LIPS: Anna Audacious lipstick

Morgan Taylor
lead artist: Danielle Candido

A dark gradient manicure of rusty red to ebony captures a boundary-less mood.

A rust-color is created using 1 coat of burgundy, From Paris with Love.
Followed by 2 coats of Orange You Glad.
The gradient effect is achieved by sponging From Paris with Love and Little Black Dress.
Rich and deep, the manicure is lightened with a subtle luster using Need For Speed top coat.

photo courtesy of Morgan Taylor Lacquer

For more pictures from backstage, check out the album on my Facebook Page:

Unfortunately, I don't have any pictures from the runway since I was running late for the next show. Most runway pictures can be found on the designers websites or the official fashion week sites online. 

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