Backstage beauty: We love the coral lips and ’60s va-va-volume at Calla Haynes
Soft and romantic, the look at Calla Haynes was a modern approach to ‘60s beauty—and if that brings to mind visions of fresh faces and at-home hot rollers, you’re on the right track. For hair, Justin German, Pantene’s consulting stylist, created two different versions of a rough half-updo, with a textured bump—“For lack of a better word,” he noted—on top and loose, brushed-out curls at the back. German pointed out that the finished look included visible bobby pins to make the hair look “almost like you did it yourself.”
For the face, Cover Girl makeup pro Greg Wencel coated both top and bottom eyelashes with a ton of mascara for that “super spikey ‘60s look” (using both Cover Girl LashPerfection and LashBlast Fusion). The retro vibe continued on the lips, with a mix of Cover Girl LipPerfection Lipstick in “Hot” and “Fairytale,” dusted with powder for a perfect matte effect.