Designer Dame Vivienne Westwood sent the models at her Red Label show in London out in trend-tastic colourful makeup.
Makeup legend Val Garland created a set of unmistakably individual faces for the Vivienne Westwood Red Label show on Sunday.
The show was not your usual fare. The colourful, theatrical look was somewhere between "Memoirs of a Geisha" and "Tears of a Clown."
The models' faces were all custom designed but shared thick contrast lines and splashes of colour. "It's madness! It's fun!" Garland told Vogue UK. The paler girls had their faces plastered in white and embellished with black lines around the lips and eyes, while the darker-skinned models went bare-faced with cartoonish details drawn in in lead white. All the products used were provided by MAC Cosmetics.
The other beauty choices were equally edgy but perhaps a little easier to pull off at home. The Elle UK beauty team tweeted a picture of the models' dip-dyed nails backstage at the show, created by Zoe Pocock of nail wrap specialists Rock Beauty. –AFP RELAXNEWS/ Photos: Showbit