Matthew Williamson's show had a distinct '70s vibe, so it's no surprise that Lisa Eldridge and the Benefit team opted for a look inspired by the era to match those retro-tinged clothes. The look was described as "'70s jet set," and focused on perfect dewy skin (created using Hello Flawless ($38)) with heavily contoured cheeks and eyes, and full, bushy eyebrows (they were backcombed for volume). Highlighter and cream products kept skin from looking flat — in fact, two of the three eye shadow shades used on the lids, My Two Cents and No Pressure ($20 each) were also buffed onto the cheeks, with Hoola ($28) bronzer layered over the top for extra definition. Simple, side-parted hair finished the laid-back look.
Everything was coming up rosy on the Temperley London Spring 2014 runway. The makeup took inspiration from the fuchsia and pink tones in the collection. Lead makeup artist Lisa Eldridge revealed on Twitter that she used Sunday Riley Effortless Breathable Primer ($48) to give each model a flawless and fresh complexion, which was further played up with shimmering highlighter. The eyes, cheeks, and lips were finished with an array of rosy hues. The hair was styled in a mussed updo with wispy flyaways around the face and a hidden braid in back, that conjured the sweet innocence of our favorite childhood fairy tales.