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Senior Beauty Editor Amber Kallor's take:
"His inspiration this season was a girl from northwest America who loves Patagonia and comes to New York to shop," said makeup artist Diane Kendal of the designer's muse. To reflect that same "spontaneous" spirit on the face, Kendal created a reverse cat-eye using NARS Eyeliner Pencil in Mambo—starting from the middle of the lower lash line and kicking it out past the outer corners. She topped it with reddish-brown shadow from the forthcoming Dolomites Duo. "Black is typical," Kendal said of her shade choice. "This represents that she does what she likes to do." The rest of the complexion was just as unfussy and fresh—using highlighter on top of cheekbones and across the lids for a subtle sheen.

The hair was less about a Seattle native armed with an American Express card, and more about a girl who hits the gym. "She has beautiful hair, but she's been sweating," said Odile Gilbert, who prepped strands with Kérastase Spray à Porter (a volumizing spritz) to lift the roots and blasted the back with dry shampoo for a fluffy, matte texture. After making a deep side part, Lift Vertige gel was generously applied to the front sections for a "wet" effect before they were tucked behind the ears. A few pieces of length were given a similar treatment with Touche Perfection cream. "There are some elements [in the collection] that are part of the sports world," Gilbert explained of where she found her athletic inspiration. Appropriate, seeing as the Sochi Olympics are in full swing.
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