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New York: Backstage at Georgine Fall 2016


Fairytale princesses and evil queens were born backstage at the Georgine Fall 2016 show, where teams from MAC and Moroccan Oil created two contrasting looks for the collection.

On the "princess" side, things were kept demure and just plain pretty. Make-up was natural   with softly blushed cheeks and a pink lip. Hair was done in either loose waves, that the Moroccan oil team leader Antonio Corral Calero described as "very pretty but as though she's been walking in the forest and got caught in the trees", or in soft ballerina buns on the top of heads.

On the "evil queen" side, hair was sleek and smooth with a healthy amount of sheen added in front and a double twisted knot at the nape of necks. Make-up was dark and dramatic "We are almost hiding their true identities with the look" MAC Key Artist Gordon Epinet told Style Wylde backstage, "it's mysterious".

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All images: Cynthia Anderson for Style Wylde. For a look at the full Georgine Fall 2016 collection check out our feature in Runway.