You can always rely on Tommy Hilfiger to showcase hair and make-up that is, in the main, fresh, inspired by the outdoors - and easy to achieve - both high on my list of personal beauty priorities. And this season was no exception, with Pat McGrath on make-up and Eugene Soulieman on hair, and the Hilfiger runway abundant with glowy, sun-kissed skin and beachy, tousled hair. According to McGrath, a Caribbean vibe was the inspiration behind this gorgeous glow. "Inspired by the last days of summer - a beautiful rock-and-roll girl who's living a relaxed life in Mustique - the look is free-spirited and fresh, with bronzed cheeks, highlighted skin, groomed eyebrows and lots of mascara on the top and bottom lashes." To recreate the last-days-of-summer bronziness, stroke on Nars The Multiple in St Lucia, £29, a warm rosy bronze which works well on olive skin tones, or Stila Stay All Day Bronzer for Face & Body in Light, £28, for paler skin tones.
And as for hair inspiration, it's all about salt-sprayed waves and hair wraps. "To give it a slightly bohemian feel, we've added a thin braid that looks like the girls could have done it on their own at the beach," says Eugene Soulieman. "It's cute and spontaneous." I think I'll pass on the braid, but the wind-blown waves are definitely for me. To recreate the look, spritz in John Frieda Beach Blonde Sea Waves Sea Salt Spray, £5.89, relaunched last year. Much copied but rarely bettered, it's one of the best salt sprays and gives just the right amount of wave without leaving hair feeling overly crispy or oily.