Couture Beauty

couture beauty

I’ve been looking for an excuse to rock bedazzled lips since age five–and never would have guessed that one would stem from haute couture. The fashion houses showed their collections and their frothy confections have been capped off with wonderfully whimsical beauty looks, two of which I am dying to try in real life.Β  At Dior, Pat McGrath lined the models’ lips with hot pink and red pencils, layering Dior’s Addict Lip Gloss ($28) in Diablotine and Princess on top to serve as glue for individually placed Swarovski crystals. At Chanel, Global Creative Director Peter Phillips designed the ultimate statement eye, layering the same Maison Lemarie black tulle used in the show’s headpieces over Chanel’s Stylo Eyeshadow (out this May) in Black Stream and Stylo Yeux Waterproof Long-Lasting Eyeliner ($30) in Noir Intense. A more realistic version of the former–perhaps hot pink liner filled in with cherry red–would be perfect for a girls’ night. But the same could be said of the latter, so which would you rather wear?

XOXO

D-Anna

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13 comments on “Couture Beauty

  1. The purpose of fashion is to break the boundaries of convention. Pushing the limits is half the fun – while looking good. Think Sci-Fi beauty beyond your wildest imagination, that’s Couture baby! πŸ™‚

    • Thanks hun. I would try this eye makeup for a night out on the town. I would make this runway style more real world by doing the smokey eye and replacing the tulle with long wispy false eyelashes just on the outer edges of the eyes for a flirty look ❀

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