Like your favorite pair of jeans, this gray-blue eye shade fits any occasion, day or night. Start by applying it over the lash line and in the crease. Use the powder left on the brush to fill in the lid If you use a cream formula, blend the color from the lash lines into the lids. If you want to dress up the look, use a shimmery version. Try a slightly deeper indigo if you have a dark complexion—it won't look ashy.
To achieve a dramatic eye, McGrath applied dark Max Factor MAX liner in Night Club around the entire eye, as well as in the crease and inside the lower lash line, blending slightly for definition. Makeup artist Tom Pecheux simply patted a ruby color from a lip pencil he put on his fingertip onto lips to give it just a touch of color. He applied mousse for added volume, curled the hair from mid-shaft to the ends and finished with a shine spray. Next, he flat-ironed the braids and then released them. Makeup artist Rose-Marie Swift kept with the causal theme and gave the models perfectly sun-kissed skin and little else.