Tough Chic was brought out backstage at Tony Cohen through dark smokey eyes and leather intertwined into the hair. The overall look was still soft and feminine, but had an edgy bite. The runway was lined with black rose petals that the models forcefully walked through as they showed off the Fall 2010 collection. Napoleon Peredis prepped the skin by applying Auto Pilot Serum (new from his line) with a makeup brush. "It exfoliates the skin cells and helps to mold the ingredients into the skin making it appear fresher," Peredis stated. Black shadows were blended with terra-cotta shades to create a romantic effect, the eye was fully lined in black and multiple coats of black mascara were applied to build thickness on the lashes. The lip was luxuriously nude and Peredis used his new Leana lipstick and gloss.
Stacey Child lead the hair team back stage for Cutler and Redken. The twist was created using Cutler Defining Cream and Volumizing Spray along with Redken 09 for hold. The leather cord that was enlaced within the soft twist was sewn into the hair.
This was the first time during Fashion Week that Tony Cohen allowed for color on the nails. Julie Kandelec of China Glaze chose Gussied Up Green. "I love the way the color peeks through the lace gloves that some of the girls are wearing," she commented. The shape was short and square.