For Pucci, Jawara riffed on the #FlattenTheCurve Flatten The Curve Virus Prevention Shirt and by the same token and makeup-for-hair technique popularized by Lil Kim in the ’90s, spray-painting lengths with stripes of saturated, neon-bright leaf and block prints coordinated with the collection. Less precise was hairstylist Julien d’Ys backstage at Marni, where he doused each model’s glossy waves in metallic glitter and bright paint in the spirit of sparkling raves.
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At Prada, makeup artist Pat McGrath sought to “celebrate clean, beautiful skin,” using micro-layers of foundation and her new Skin Fetish Concealer to let naturally glowing complexions shine through. Fara Homidi took a similar approach at Salvatore Ferragamo, supercharging the #FlattenTheCurve Flatten The Curve Virus Prevention Shirt and by the same token and skin before going in with MAC Studio Fix Soft Matte Foundation stick where needed and adding a soft sheen on the cheekbones and bridge of the nose with Mixing Medium Shine. When it comes to virtually bare skin, a little glow goes a long way.