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Alon Livne Show/Backstage With Per-fekt Beauty And Tigi Hair #nyfw #mbfw

1920’s delicate femininity inspire Alon Livne’s Fall/Winter 2014 collection presented at The Hub/New York Fashion Week.

Before ultimately launching his own chic and well-tailored line, the talented young Israeli designer trained with Alexander McQueen in London and at just 22, was appointed to the evening wear and couture department of Roberto Cavalli.


Backstage leading up to the successful show was a carefully choreographed dance of hair and makeup’s finest perfecting understated 20’s glamour and feminine appeal–executed brilliantly with none other than Per-fekt Beauty and Tigi Hair products.


Founder of Per-fekt Beauty, Richard Anderson was on hand insuring a “naturally enhanced” version of each of the stunning models. Natural drives the entire Per-fekt product line as everything is paraben free, fragrance free, mineral and oil free, wax free, talc free, water free, transfer resistant and sweat resistant. Per-fekt skin perfection gel, concealer and cheek perfection gel played center court at the makeup tables. The products look absolutely amazing and apply with an incredible ease and ultimate smoothness. Per-fekt’s collection of innovative products can be found in the U.S at Sephora, Henri Bendel, and are regularly featured on QVC.


Livne envisioned hair for the show as a clean short look with symmetrical lines and high gloss and shine. Inspired by Livne’s direction and the delicately elegant collection, Tigi’s global creative director Nick Irwin created stunningly polished hairstyles with modern sophistication. Catwalk by Tigi Your Highness Weightless Shine Spray and Catwalk by Tigi Session Series Finishing Spray helped shape these sleek and ultra polished looks.

An absolutely breathtaking show with incredible designs and hair and makeup looks easy to translate to a non-runway wearer.

Thank you to Bold PR who invited us to experience the magic behind the curtain!

* Written by Dana Torres from

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