|Above: Rusts and browns from Chanel and Tom Ford. On a side note, this biography of Jean Seberg is magnificent.
|Above: The look.
|Above: Something about this collection of products made me want to keep taking pictures.
|Above: An aerial shot.
|Above: This mascara is endlessly photogenic, no?
- Le Metier de Beaute Peau Vierge #2 (as a moisturizer and primer…reviewed HERE)
- Napoleon Perdis Stroke of Genius Foundation in Look #3 (with a touch of #2B to lighten…formula reviewed HERE)
- A soft application of Daniel Sandler Sculpt and Slim (reviewed HERE) for contour
- A touch of Armani Cheek Fabric #503 Daybreak (reviewed HERE) on the apples of my cheeks
- A wash of Chanel Illusion d’Ombre in Fatal over entire lid and swept along the lower lash line
- Three coats of Chanel Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in 030 Prune (a deep burgundy…reviewed HERE)
- A touch of Tom Ford lipstick in Vanilla Suede along my brow bones and upper cheek bones as an impromptu highlighter (reviewed HERE)
- By Terry Brow Mascara in #04 Dark Brown to groom and define brows
- A mixture of Tom Ford Spanish Pink (reviewed HERE) and Vanilla Suede lipstick on the lips
- A light dusting of the Eve Lom Sheer Radiance Powder (reviewed HERE) to remove shine and set the look
|Above: Swatches in direct sunlight.
|Above: Swatches in the shade.
|Above: The eye look…three products only.
|Above: Chanel’s Illusion d’Ombre in Fatal is a shimmering light plummy brown.
|Above: Tom Ford Spanish Pink + Tom Ford Vanilla Suede on the lips for the perfect soft and muted rust.
Bottom Line: At times, it’s gratifying to go against the unexpected. Although the colors I worked with for this look may not traditionally be associated with a summertime aesthetic, I am convinced that their light application still keeps this look relaxed and warm-weather appropriate.
I hope your weekend is off to a marvelous start…good things ahead on BP!
–The Beauty Professor