Photography by Toshi Tasaki
Up or down? Curly or straight? Hopelessly romantic or ultra-chic? The choice is yours. We asked four makeup artists and stylists to transform our model, Danielle Ricci (daniellericci.com), who will be representing Katonah in the Miss New York contest in January, into four completely different looks.
Hair: Vittoria Monterosso at Salon V
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This loose-wave updo evokes movie stars from the past; it’s a sexy look that never goes out of style. “I wanted to give her a 1940s glamour, a pin-up model look, but I added modern touches with lash extensions and glossy lips,” Guglielmo says.
Hair: Marisa Palermiti, Salon O
Loose waves with accent braiding along with a soft, natural makeup is the recipe for this ethereal, romantic look. “I used warm red browns and taupes on the eyes while using a peachy pink on the cheeks and lips,” Pomilla says. “The matte texture on the skin adds softness to the look while a creamy, non-glossy lipstick adds sophistication.”
Hair: Philip Faulkner
“Our look is a combination of playful and glamourous,” says Matthew Yasgur, co-owner of Static. “Her hair is matte-finished ‘controlled chaos’ and her makeup is futuristic and shimmery. Our goal was to achieve the perfect blend of modern, yet sultry and alluring.”
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Hair: Agata Young and Sandra Siquenza
“Creating a dramatic look is challenging, as it must be classy and current, yet be something the bride will be happy with in years to come,” Siquenza says.”Our model’s strong features and luxurious hair made for a rare creative freedom for both of us,” Young says. “Our look features big, dramatic curls with a whimsical fan of strands to define and anchor the style.”