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Hair how to: flicked casual side part as seen at Talulah

Hairstyle partings can sometimes be tricky as they can change the look of your face completely. But what’s not to say that a change in part can’t also be a good thing? If you always part your hair in the middle, why not try to do a side part this time? Side part hairstyles in their various forms have proved popular as a hairstyle trend…

How to create a traditional low plait hairstyle

Ponytails have two extreme styles. A high ponytail that is right on the crown of your head or a low ponytail that is close to the nape of your neck. For spring 2013, low ponytails are one of the big hairstyle trends. There have been a lot of variations of hairstyles that sit at the nape of the neck, and one example is this low…

How to create the ethereal beauty look from Karla Spectic

Inspiration comes in different forms and for the Karla Spectic collection that was seen Australian Fashion Week (MBFWA), inspiration came in the form of Religious motifs. Napoleon Perdis was given the task to create a spring 2013 beauty look that went well with the collection, and the resulting look was ethereal and luminous, a clear take on the the divine and other worldly. The look…

How to create the ’90s beauty look from Watson x Watson

Sydney has been abuzz with Australian Fashion Week (MBFWA) and one of the brands that showcased their spring / summer 2013 collection is Watson x Watson. The collection was, simply put, edgy: which is why official make up sponsor Maybelline New York created a 1990s New York inspired beauty look to go with the clothes. The man behind this look is Maybelline Make Up Director…

How to: Christopher Esber’s natural vintage beauty look

Different artists draw inspiration from many different things. In the case of the Christopher Esber show at Australian fashion week (MBFWA), make up artist Napoleon Perdis drew inspiration from Lady Keith for the beauty look. Lady Keith was an heiress, a white anglo-saxon protestant who was a fashion icon during the 1950s and 60s. What Napoleon Perdis came up with is a 1950s style neutral…

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