The bare skin and lips, filled in brows and thin black line on the upper lids would have been approppriate enough for both Grace Kelly or her aesthetician. Hair guru Guido Palau explains that the rich, lady hair: "It's inspired by the 1950s but then becomes midcentury modern, which makes it such a sculptured look... It could be from the future but it also nods to the past."
The retro/future thing always reminds me of UmaThurman, Ethan Hawke and Jude Law in "Gattaca."
Gorgeous knits based on Picasso ceramics reinforced the message of mid-century modernism.
Raf's answer to: How would a woman look if she got married in Jil Sander?