Is Mermaid Core next? Beauty Look at Milan Fashion Week – WWD
The hype for the upcoming live-action The Little Mermaid was also spotlighted in Milan. Just as some designers subtly alluded to marine life in their collections, so did his makeup artist and his hair stylist, but with a different approach.
After all, who saw the mermaid? In Blumarine, Inge Grognard and Anthony Turner have joined forces for the most immediate and replicable interpretation. that too.
At number 21, Turner adds a few splashes to his process, gliding down a model with wet hair to embody a more voluptuous, down-to-earth siren rather than a mythical figure. sent out on the road. In Luisa Beccaria, the side-parted mane came as little surprise, as small stones and metal rings were woven into her hair.
Ariel’s head appeared on Marco Rambaldi, and blue haircuts stood out on Diesel and Blumarine. has undergone a change. GCDS turned Siren’s eyes blue, but at Versace there was a gothic iridescent touch to her makeup that Ursula would have appreciated.
Elsewhere, metallic effects and glitter dominated in various forms, from Jil Sander’s silver eyes to Andre Damo’s sparkly undereyes. For the party animals above, the idea of turning bears into beauty feats would come like a siren song.