Beautygram: Still the Proenza Schouler Girl at Proenza Schouler

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One day, these gals might need a good scrubbing, but for now, Jack and Lazaro are sticking with the rumpled-chic look for their runway shows. "There's a little weirdness going on with the clothes, so luckily for my half I don't have to do much," said Frédéric Fekkai hairstylist Paul Hanlon. "The hair is meant to look stringy and unwashed, it's not supposed to be beautiful." The brand's Luscious Curls Wave Activating Spray was spritzed onto hair, which was then dried with a diffuser (creating finger-tousled tangles), then secured around the neck with a netted scarf. Just before showtime, Hanlon untied the scarves, revealing hair set into a bend around the neck ("so when they walk, there's a strictness"). M.A.C.'s Diane Kendal followed the minimalist theme with clean skin, brushed-up brows, a strike of liner (under the eye only) and a dot of lipstick (the company's Glamour Error) blended on cheeks for a subtle flush. "It's that 'no makeup' makeup look, but for an urban girl," she explained.