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Honor Embraces Its Inner Flower Goddess

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    Spring Fashion Week has barely begun, and already the beauty looks are making us itch to hit fast-forward on the colder months and wake up to chirping birds and tiny blossoms. The hair at Honor was particularly breathtaking: Inspired by the vision of a girl rolling freely in a field of flowers, it featured a messy side ponytail decorated with the prettiest little iridescent flowers. The combo of ultra-feminine and edgy resulted in a 'do that spoke directly to our hearts. To create the look, hair stylist James Pecis used Phyto products — he curled the hair and set it, then brushed out the curls for relaxed, natural waves.

    While the ponytail placement ranged from straight back to asymmetrical, we liked the super-side ponytails the most. After all, if someone was legitimately rolling in a field, chances are her ponytail wouldn't stay in the center. We're all for authenticity when it comes to inspirational beauty metaphors.

    The makeup was gorgeous, too — Romy Soleimani (for Beauty.com) used Kevyn Aucoin products to create an ultra-hazy look with no defined lines, just softness, atop skin made luminous with skincare magic from Eve Lom. Click through to see the backstage highlights.


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