Today’s post is dedicated to the beautiful Chanel Resort 2013 makeup look “Versailles de Chanel”. (For photos of the runway show that took place one week ago at the Bosquet des Trois Fontaines at the Château de Versailles, please click here.)
Generally speaking, pink eyes are not easy to pull off. Well, unless you are Peter Philips, Creative Director for Chanel Makeup. He makes pink eyes covetable as an everyday look with less mascara and an all over pink eyeshadow.
In a little interview, he gave further details on the look: ”The makeup is inspired by the theme of the collection: Versailles. It’s a ‘pink’ makeup, between “girly” and “rebel”. I used “Ombre Essentielle-Rose Favorite” on the eyelids and “Joues Contraste – Rose Pétale” as a blusher.
Beige Khol liner ‘Clair’ in the eyes and I slightly enhanced the eyebrows. I kept the skin natural, to avoid the makeup from looking historical. Soft, pinkish lips I achieved by applying “Rouge Coco Shine – Evasion” and I topped the makeup off by placing a black velvet Chanel logo as a beauty spot on either the left or right side of the face (high on the cheekbones, under the eye). Last minute I added a subtle highlight with “Mouche de Beauté” a compact highlight powder.
The eyeshadow, highlight powder and velvet CC’s were created especially for this show.”
Skin prepared with HYDRA BEAUTY SERUM
POUDRE UNIVERSELLE LIBRE
MOUCHE DE BEAUTE – Exclusive Creation in Limited Edition – Collection “Versailles de CHANEL” available in specific point of sales in December 2012
OMBRE ESSENTIELLE “Rose Favorite” - Limited Edition – Collection “Versailles de CHANEL” available in specific point of sales in December 2012
LE CRAYON KHOL “ Clair” (N°69)
RECOURBE CILS DE CHANEL
JOUES CONTRASTE “Rose Pétale” (N°99)
Little black velvet CHANEL logo specially created for the show (won’t be sold)
ROUGE COCO SHINE “Evasion” (N°48)
LE VERNIS “Tendresse” (N°507)
I think that I will change the shape of my beauty mark for the next season…
Photos: © CHANEL 2012 - Vincent Lappartient