Sherbet tones provided a vintage feel
In what was the largest dye job Redken Global Colour Creative Director Josh Wood has ever worked on, the hairstylist transformed the locks of 37 models for the ’60s-inspired Marc Jacobs SS19 show. The willing models all had their real hair bleached with Redken Flash Lift then dyed an array of dusty pinks, blues, greens, peaches, and more to colour-match their looks for the show. According to Wood’s, he setup shop at the Marc Jacobs studio and used the office sinks to create each of the elaborate dye jobs, some of which took five or six processes to achieve.
The colourful locks were then styled by lead hairstylist Guido Palau, also for Redken, who created three different looks for the models including a series of bouffant-ponytails, beehive-bobs and buzz cuts, all of which Palau says have an “egg-shaped” finish.
The makeup look also had a vintage feel with washes of colour-coordinated pastel shadow swept across lids by makeup artist Diane Kendal, who used forthcoming shades of Marc Jacobs Beauty O!Mega Gel Powder Eyeshadow.