Spring Awakening

Warm up your look in the new year with hair and makeup inspired by the beachy bombshells of the '60s.

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Warm up your look in the new year with hair and makeup inspired by the beachy bombshells of the '60s.
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Enrique Badulescu
Beach Bombshell

Pair a cotton-candy pout with oversize sunnies and nothing more. Hint: Prime lips with concealer first so a pink like Dior's Rouge Dior Lipcolor in Rose Caprice really pops.

Scarf, $165, Felix Rey; sunglasses, $450, Cutler & Gross.

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Enrique Badulescu
Beach Bombshell

The perfect finishing touches? "Done" nails (we love Sephora's Nail Lacquer in Sugar Coated); a swipe of eyeshadow; and natural, air-dried beach hair.

Top, $990, shorts, $750, Oscar de la Renta; ring, $175, Miriam Salat.

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Enrique Badulescu
Beach Bombshell

Rock a vintage classic — white liner — with bare, glowing skin. Extra-thick pencils, like Sephora's Jumbo Liner 12-Hour Wear Waterproof in White, are easiest to apply.

Top, $275, Boy by Band of Outsiders; briefs, $160, Eres.

Model: Bekah Jenkins
Hometown: Stittsville, New York
Discovered: At 14, photographer Mario Sorrenti cast me in a major fashion magazine shoot.
Guilty pleasure: Romance novels!
Married to: Male model Cory Bond. [Bruce Weber has snapped them together.

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Enrique Badulescu
Beach Bombshell

Full-on falsies? Overkill. A few strategically placed individual lashes? Bold and beautiful. Try Shu Uemura's Slim Partial Eyelashes.

Top, $1,250, Dior; hat, $425, Eric Javits.

Hair: Ward for Living Proof. Makeup: Vicky Steckel for Diorskin. Manicure: Nancy Sandvik for Pampered on Pond. Special thanks to Ruschmeyer's Hotel in Montauk, New York (kingandgrove.com).

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