Revlon’s make-up. Creamy Ivory Touch & Glow Liquid Make-up, and Frosty Sienna Blush-On so that it shows. Touch & Glow Translucent Powder dusted on and dusted of again. Eyes outlined with Midnight Blue Liquid Eyeliner. Black Super Rich Mascara for lashes. Lemon Frost merged into Meadow Green Super Rich Eye Shadows. Charcoal Grey Fineline Pencil for brows. Copper Coral Lipstick, brush-outlined for cut-out clear edges.
Make-up artist, Barbara Daly; hair by Nick at Leonard.
Herbaceous silk chiffon dress, with chiffon rose necklet, by Salvador, about £150, Liberty.
Leslie Caron looking fantastic in a dress of aquamarine chiffon by Pablo & Delia, to order at Browns. For her hair, here by John at Leonard, she eats thirty yeast tablets a day; as skinfood, she uses the contents of Vitamin E capsules. She wears Robert Piguet Fracas, mostly Estee Lauder and Lancome make-up. And she’s just finished filming Leon Uris’s “QB VII”.
Naturally mouse hair is usually limp so it needs extra life, extra lift, extra bounce. All this can be achieved by very, very fine highlighting. Keep away from obvious streaks, let your hair look instead as if it’s just come out of the sun. An expert will know exactly which colours to choose for you, exactly the right depth and contrast of highlighting. You can have water-rinse streaks or permanent; you can have your own hair coloured, or your hairpiece. The subtly streaked hair, left, is controlled at the top, combed into waves, then frizzed into a soft cloud at the shoulders. The make-up has the same romantic, pre-Raphaelite look with Orlane’s Satilane beige no. 4 with brush-on rouge no. 3. Eyes: cream pearl shadow in Bleu Perle, Bleu Marine roll-on mascara. Lipstick: beige-pink Paprika. Necklace: an eagle from the Purple Shop, Chelsea Antique Market. Hair colour, here, and in the picture, above, by Daniel, styling by Leonard, both from the House of Leonard.
Take a flower for your hair, gather up a halter top, now dust on the glamour…
First flower, airy petals of summer pink net, outlined in white stitching, round white button for stamens. By Pablo and Delia, to order at Browns. Ruched halter top, flower printed seersucker, also by Pablo and Delia.
Make-up by Barbara Daly. Hair by John at Leonard. Model is Mouche.
A stunningly styled and photographed advertisement feature for Boots No7 cosmetics, based around the ‘Monday’s Child’ nursery rhyme (although they’ve muddled up Friday and Saturday as far as I remember it). As a Tuesday’s child, I’m pretty happy with my lot although never sure how graceful I am. Which one are you? I particularly love Vivienne Lynn’s mournful Wednesday’s Child.