The Marc by Marc Jacobs Fall 2014 collection may have been inspired by Japanese comics, but after just one look at the hair and makeup, we saw Pippi Longstocking.
With hair braided into two pigtails and eyes smudged black with liner, the models brought back memories of one of our favorite children's fictional characters. (We even spotted a redheaded girl that looked like a real-life version of Pippi!)
Redken Creative Consultant Guido created a strong, messy center part and used Flex Shape Factor 22 sculpting cream paste to create the stiff braids. A black headband was added before the models hit the runway. Shiseido artistic director Dick Page finished off the girlish look, outlining the models' lids with Accentuating Cream Eyeliner and layering on Perfect Mascara Full Definition for a "clumpy, last night" finish.
Check out the photos below and tell us if Marc Jacobs has convinced you to wear Pippi Longstocking braids. We're still on the fence.
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