Phoebe: Sleek ‘80s Curls

“A great bag and shoes can dress up any outfits, even a plain t-shirt,” Phoebe advised, bouncing her heeled suede wedges up and down before being styled at the salon. “I wanted to go to law school when I was younger, but really, I’ve always wanted to get into styling, into fashion.”

“These days I co-own a business,” she continued, “but I think I’ve lost a little passion for my current work. I want do something I’m passionate about!” With zippered cargo pants and a black rock & roll tee featuring a bejeweled print cross splashed across the front, Phoebe could be the poster girl for feminine grunge. “My style varies,” she said, “I definitely like a little rock, but I’m not afraid to get girly. I’m very into accessories.”

With naturally thick, curly hair, Phoebe prefers to keep her beauty look on the natural side. “I usually just do a little makeup and do a little curls but I look like a lioness when I do a blowout!” She laughed. David felt a head of bouncy ‘80s-style curls would flatter Phoebe’s bubbly look.

Hair How To With David:

1. This look is 110% about the curls! I began styling Phoebe’s curls by separating her hair into sections, lightly spritzing each strand, then curling with a ½ inch iron.
2. Once mostly curled, I switched to smaller sections at the top of the hair for textured variety.
3. Phoebe leaned her hair back, then I ran Elixir Kultimate shine serum throughout to loosen her curls plus eliminate frizz and inject healthy shine.
4. For a bop of volume, I tossed her hair forward and teased, then smoothed the top section for a sleeker look around the face.

Voila! Phoebe was rocking ‘80s-style curls.

Beauty How To with Roberto:

Eyes:

I based Phoebe’s makeup with some tinted moisturizer (a dab of foundation mixed in) then filled in her eyebrows with a liner slightly darker than her natural oak. I applied gold cream shadow across the lashes, then made her lashes thicker with a thick streak of liner along the lashline. To define her soft smoky eye, I blended this black liner into her shadow with a fluffy brush—darker along the lashline and edges, of course.

Skin:
Finally, I blended concealer, foundation and a bit of blush into her skin. For an electric pop to match her lipstick (you just wait!) I smoothed an actual streak of coral lipstick into the apples of her cheeks. Then, I completed the look with the thick coral lipstick, this time, across the lips!

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