The inspiration for hair and makeup at Julien Macdonald came from Sharon Tate in Valley of the Dolls. With her influence recognisable in the blown-out, voluminous hair, stylist Malcolm Edwards said, “It’s sexy and bedhead-y, but in a modern way.” He prepped hair with L'Oréal Professionnel products before styling with tongs. For makeup, James Kaliardos said his look was “about treating the whole face” instead of focusing on one feature. The resulting look is a perfectly prepped face with brown and champagne-hued eye shadows creating a rounded eye shape, finished off with lashings of mascara and a nude lip. I love how super-feminine it is. Will you be copying?