Charlotte Tilbury highlighted her newest product, the Hollywood Flawless Filter, backstage at Temperley, which was essential in creating the look. "When I saw the collection, I saw both a '30s and '70s element," she explained. "The modern take we wanted to create was to have this really gorgeous, super-starlet skin." Tilbury describes her new launch as "J-Lo in a bottle," whether wore under or over foundation or alone for a flawless base. Tilbury brought in elements of the '70s via burnt red orange lips and bronzed eyes.
Hair was inspired by the likes of Marlene Dietrich and Amy Johnson, trailblazers of the 1930s. "These women, while empowering others, never sacrificed their femininity," stylist Antonio Corral Calero said. "They were always glossy and polished, which took time to achieve in that era, but doesn’t have to in ours." To recreate the glamorous waves, start with a deep parting, using the arch of your brow as a guide. Section the hair from the ear to the crown and bring forward, blow-drying the back section as usual. Run a volumizing mousse (Corral Calero used Moroccanoil) through the still-wet front sections, before pinning inch-thick sections into waves. Dry on a low-heat, low-speed setting, and brush through once dry, finishing with Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine.