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  • Hair By Mari Ohashi

    “For fresh-as-possible skin, I massaged Salma’s face, buffed a small amount of foundation and concealer where needed, and skipped powder altogether.”

    “Chantecaille Radiance Gel Bronzer added warmth to Salma’s complexion. I also brushed some over her eyelids, finishing with a smudge of chocolate kohl along lashes and mascara.” 

    “Two shades defined
    Salma’s eyebrows: a
    medium-brown tone to add substance to the shape, and
    a darker chocolate to fill in
    any sparse areas.” 

    “I enhanced Salma’s lips
    with a slightly deeper-than-natural stain of lipstick,
    which I blotted to leave just
    a hint of color.”

    Salma Hayek’s cover look was wild and windswept – the perfect foil for pretty floral prints. Here’s how her glam team created it

    Beauty: The beach-fast rules

    “I wanted a slightly wet and wild look for Salma’s hair, so I worked Bumble and Bumble’s Oil Primer through her lengths, blow-dried, then straightened from roots to middle.”

    “I applied a lightweight wax to the roots in sections to create the wet appearance, then added oil to the mid-lengths and ends before securing it.”

    Makeup By Alex Babsky

    Brands including J.W.Anderson and Belstaff regularly call on Ohashi to work on high-

    profile campaigns. Find her @marimarilondon

    “Using my fingers (you
    can also try a tail comb),
    I randomly pulled some baby hairs across Salma’s forehead to give the strong look a little softness.”

    Babsky is in demand for red-carpet and cover-
    shoot looks for stars such as Naomi Campbell and Naomie Harris. Follow him @babskymakeup

                                                
    Credits

    As told to Evie Leatham. Photograph: Nico Bustos

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