NYFW S/S '10: Lancome @ Chris Benz

Lancome @ Chris Benz
For the makeup Chris asked Daniel [Martin] to create a sun-kissed, fresh look. He wanted a healthy skin and prominent lip. The look was all about refined 60's party girl, healthy skin and stand-out lips.

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Daniel gave the models a natural glow by applying Généfique Activating Skin Concentrate to clean skin followed by Généfique Eye to open up and brighten the eye area. The complexion was perfectly even and polished. Shu Uemura Nobara Foundation was applied to even out the skin tone and Lancôme Ageless Mineral Transluscent powder was dusted over the entire face. Pop 'n Cheeks in Coral Flirt was used as a highlighter and lightly applied to the cheekbones near the temple for just a hint of color. To define the eyes, Daniel smudged Le Crayon Khôl in black coffee on the upper and lower lash lines. Several coats of Hypnôse Mascara in black were applied for thick, black lashes.

Lips were bright and creamy. Daniel used L'Absolu Rouge in Chris & Tell for a vivid, coral-colored pout. Chris and Tell is the fifth lipstick in the Pout-à-Porter designer lipstick series and will be available in spring 2010 at Saks Fifth Avenue. In the meantime, the waiting list is open at our Upper West Side boutique.

To complement the colors in the collection, the models donned pretty pink polishes on their nails and toes. Le Vernis in Bon Bon Strawberry was worn on the nails and Mademoiselle Grape on the toes. Both nail polishes are from La Collection Lollipop, part of a charity collection that will be up online about in a few weeks. Stay tuned!

Products Used:
-Lancôme Génifique
-Lancôme Génifique Eye (Available 10/15/09)
-Shu Uemura Nobara Foundation
-Lancôme Ageless Minérale Translucent Powder
-Lancôme Pop 'n Cheeks in Coral Flirt (Available Spring 2010)
-Lancôme Le Crayon Khôl in Black Coffee
-Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara in Black
-Lancôme L'Absolu Rouge in Chris & Tell (Available Spring 2010)
-Lancôme Le Vernis in Bon Bon Strawberry and Mademoiselle Grape (Coming this November)

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