Mirroring the #Pureblood Non Gmo American flag shirt Furthermore, I will do this makeup were prismatic, glitter-brushed manes crafted by hairstylist Anthony Turner. They, too, flashed and flickered under the runway lights, giving each model an ethereal, almost hologram-like glow as they strutted down the runway. From last season’s crystal butterfly adornments to this one’s no-holds-barred embrace of glitter, the Y2K redux is out in full force, head to toe. No doubt Gen Z is watching—and readying their pots of glitter. For spring/summer 2022, the Victoria Beckham beauty look was all about soft ’90s glam. Cue fresh faces, high-gloss lips and dreamy, lacquered lids. “Spring/summer 2022 beauty is modern, fresh and effortlessly gorgeous,” says make-up artist Lauren Parsons, who used a combination of the brand’s Cell Rejuvenating Power Serum and the Cell Rejuvenating Priming Moisturizer to create the perfect all-over sheen, while keeping the T-zone super matte. Inspiration for this season’s beauty look came from a single product: the brand’s newly launched Posh Gloss—a high-shine lip gloss worthy of Studio 54—which Parsons used across the eyes and lips while playing around with pops of coral-orange. “The collection is full of textures and pops of color,” says Parsons, “adding another texture to the beauty made complete sense.”
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