Anything you know about pink maquillage is forgotten by eternally cool creator Lucia Pica who comes from Naples, Italy, and is Chanel’s global designer and color expert. She avoided the saccharine stereotype around pink for the French House’s fall makeup collection (on 17 August) and created a feeling that is heavy, slightly punky, and, obviously, very cool.
On Zoom, we discussed the merits of perfect skin with imperfect make-up and blush. She also shared several new rules of conduct with and without a mask for wearing makeup.
Always start with a glowy skin FOR A French-Girl Pink Makeup
I keep it normal. A French-girl pink makeup needs to look “normal”. My base is Les Beiges Water Fresh Tint, with a brush. It’s the finest layer, so clear, but it does still work and you’re really looking at the skin rather than the surface. And the stay on power is really strong and it doesn’t transmit. If you’re wearing a mask, it’s very sweet. Only if you have any flaws or redness, you need a little concealer.
Pair perfect skin with an imperfect makeup
You can also be brave with the rest when you keep your skin healthy. I want to use a color blended around my eyes from the Eye Quads. And I use a darker color along the lash line and slowly light a circular form, so this sort of gradation effect has a flowering effect. So then I apply Baume Essentiel in Rosée because I like the make-up look. Don’t begin with many shadows in your eye — just a hint of that. If not, it’s pretty crazy. I’ve put a number on when I work on a picture collection. If I put it on my own, I just put it a little and it’s enough. I mix textures in a tendency. I’ve got a dark lipstick that works with lips too. French-girl pink makeup is done.
Try a single glow-up product
Try out Chanel Les 4 Ombres eye quads in Candeur et Expérience and Candeur et Provocation