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A Brief History of Chanel's Daring Use of Colorful, Eccentric Makeup on the Runway
Chanel is among the first to launch their Fall-Winter Beauty Collection this year with a California Travel Diary inspired set of colors.2017 the
I may prefer warmer temps, but this image makes me long for Fall …. The inspiration was Indian Summer with its lush earthen and russet tones, and while the fabrics and accessories may have been richly endowed, hair was styled simply in a loose topknot, while the makeup acted as a perfect counterpoint by taking a few cues from Mother Nature herself and literally glowed from within. Oh, and for the record, I intend to recreate this entire look. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Email Address.
At the Fall Haute Couture show, Linda Evangelista wore a frosted silver eye and a glossy mauve lip the. A glossy magenta lid was the perfect compliment to the colorful hair accessories on the Haute Couture spring runway. Models at Chanel's Haute Couture show rocked jewels on their eyes, a swipe of blush along their cheekbones, exaggerated lashes and a feathered hair piece. Australian beauty Miranda Kerr made embellished eyebrows the ultimate beauty statement at the Fall show. At Chanel's Spring show, models wore an electric purple, red, and blue eye paired with blunt bangs. At Chanel's Haute-Couture Spring show, model Anna Ewers made the case for a bold, glittered cat eye, and a lion-esque 'do.
Whatever your thoughts are about unicorn beauty —that is, all things rainbow, glittery, horned, and even loosely inspired by the mythical equine creature—at this point, it's pretty hard to deny that it's a Thing. But maybe you're still thinking it's reserved for the weird and wacky corners of the internet, and not, say, the Grand Palais in Paris, where Chanel just wrapped its Fall haute couture show. The opulent presentation courtesy of King Karl featured three front row celebrities with platinum buzzcuts Katy Perry, Cara Delevingne, Kristen Stewart , a scale replica of the Eiffel Tower —and bright, whimsical, multicolored eye makeup that was unmistakable unicorngoals on every single model. Makeup artist Tom Pecheux and his team went full Roy G Biv, smudging a rich cerulean blue below the lids, then layering a kaleidoscope of vampy lilac, highlighter orange, and green apple right up to the brow bones. A smudge of glossy crimson was dabbed along the inner corners of the eyes; some models had a sprinkle of gold on the outer corners. The rest of the makeup was left refreshingly simple: Clean, velvet-fresh skin, a whisper of petal pink blush on cheeks, and if we're not mistaken, natural lips finished with just the lightest swipe of translucent gloss. A post shared by tompecheux tompecheux on Jul 4, at pm PDT.
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So This Is How Chanel Does Unicorn Makeup say, the Grand Palais in Paris, where Chanel just wrapped its Fall haute couture show.
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