The New York Times
Date: 2012-02-13
Author: Katie Chang

Article Mentions
Author, Katie Chang
Mentioned, Bobbi Brown
Mentioned, Patrik Ervell
Mentioned, Maki Ryoke
Mentioned, Holli Smith
Mentioned, Bobbi Brown
My starting point was a police aesthetic, so the clothes were a bit uniform-y, uptight and strict, the designer Patrik Ervell shared backstage. Though its never a literal reference for me, he quickly added, noting the unexpected pops of color and shine in his fall collection. To channel Ervells vision of contrasts, the hairstylist Holli Smith played with juxtaposing textures and lots of different sprays: Theres a frizzy, dry feel on top, with strokes of shine below, right around the edges. After amplifying volume with Oribe Maximista Thickening Hair Spray, Smith spritzed Oribe Soft Lacquer Hair Spray to the top of the head, and went in with a curling iron. The newly-created waves were then dulled down with the help of Oribe Dry Texturizing ...(read more)
... My starting point was a police aesthetic, so the clothes were a bit uniform-y, uptight and strict, the designer Patrik Ervell shared backstage. Though its never a literal reference for me, he quickly added, noting the unexpected pops of color and shi ...
... concealers and hydrating lips with Australian Lucas Papaw Ointment. Final steps included muting mouths with a thin veil of concealer to make the whole face appear more uniform and patting more Embryolisse high on the cheeks, for a quiet, subtle glow ...


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