Ever since seeing Dita Von Teese in a feathered Marchesa dress, I've been amazed by the intricate beauty of the designers' creations. There's an elegant extravagance to their creations, balancing luxury and refinement. At last week's show, the hair and makeup teams created a simple and flawless look for the models, and because it's something that anybody can wear, I thought I'd share a few tips.

A team of stylists from Rita Hazan Salon wrapped the models' hair into simple ballerina bun. "It's very simple and easy," said stylist Juan Carlos. Nothing is too fussy—hair is just slightly teased a little bit to create a little flyaway and softness so the hair can flow as the girls walk. The bun is more or less a classic ballerina, but in an undone way."

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Makeup artist Talia Shobrook used Stila on the models' faces. Ever since Stila's founder, Jeanine Lobell, sold the company, I haven't thought of Stila as a line so closely linked to fashion. But it was a lot of fun to see the new spring colors being used on such a high-style show. The skin was matte, the smoky eye was soft, and the lips and cheeks had a natural flush (thanks to Cherry Crush lip and cheek stain. One tip I wouldn't have thought of: Shobrook used brown mascara on lashes, then applied black Major Lash on just the tips. Check out the makeup chart: