By Sue Owen Erneta and Erica Metzger
Jeanne had been taking low maintenance to the extreme. Takashi Matono, stylist at Warren Tricomi Salon, in New York City, gave her blah layers a bended, stylish shape, while colorist Mara Kadish transformed her boring brown tones with highlights and lowlights. To hydrate Jeanne's dry, sensitive skin and neutralize redness, Trish McEvoy, makeup artist and creator of her own line of cosmetics, applied a lightweight foundation with yellow undertones. "Heavy or matte textures add years to your face," McEvoy says. "As you get older, you want sheerer coverage."