With the hair, makeup and music evoking such a strong sense of native America one would expect the collection itself to be vivid, maybe with green, red, yellow and brown fabric flowing down the runway, but it was the exact opposite. Nicholas K’s Spring Summer 2014 collection ranged of hues from white, gray, taupe, and black.Zoya provided the polish for the show. They created monochromatic nails by using green, brown, and blue polishes with a matte top coat and chevron tip.
Lead Hair Stylist: Jon Reyman
Make Up Products Used: NYX Cosmetics
Nail Products Used: Zoya
“The collection is inspired from a strong, nomadic downtown girl. Across the eyes we used bronzer to mimic war paint. We smeared it on the eyes, wrapped it around the cheek and used highlighter on top of cheekbones. The models are wearing nothing on their lips and no mascara to let the color on the eyes stand out.”Cristina Bartolucci, Chief Creative Director of NYX said:
“We’re using bronzer in revolutionary area; we swept it across the eye over the bridge of the nose. It’s a modern take on bringing attention to the eyes without using mascara. We mixed highlighter in foundation that creates sheen to the foundation. We used two matte brown eye shadows mixed with a hot orange that has a bit of glitter, when mixed together is a great earthy tone.“Source: beautypress.com