Olivier Echaudemaison, the make-up creator of the house Guerlain, sets the tone of his new collection: "Ce are the Slavic origins of our muse that inspired me. Its fragile beauty reflects the Slavic soul of immense Russia. "
One can imagine then the beauty of the Caucasian relief, its coldness, its ardor, hidden under a thick fog which dissipates as one approaches. Playing on vaporous materials and colors, we find this captivating charm: this subtle blend of romance and character represented by the softness of a rosewood and the flamboyance of a purple halo. The icy veil finally reveals this raw and fragile beauty. Colors that touch without imposing themselves. A caress, a bellows, everything is played on the simplicity of an ample gesture.
The colors, here, remain in the same tone from pink to taupe through a tender purple. Thus, we do not overload the eye and we put on a complexion of doll, this famous soft pink deposited at the top of the cheekbones, more readily in liquid blush to keep a natural glow, as if coming out of a cool walk. The eyes are tinged with a purple halo which does not exceed the hollow of the eyelid but which extends rather on the extremities to give a velvety intensity.
The lower eyelid is underlined with a flat brush without touching the white of the eye to create this sprinkled effect. Finally, the mouth is melting with a lipstick that also acts as a balm. This is the new KissKiss, a treatment enriched with wild mango butter and loofah oil to face the cold wave with the look of an ice princess.
We love : the hues of a "faux nude", completely accessible in daytime makeup, which play with color with great discretion.
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