Chanel's spring/summer 2021 haute couture show will be remembered for a long time as a longing wedding celebration. Because of the colorful crowd of enchanting bridesmaids in outfits whose modern, masculine, or girlish designs seemed to merge with iconic signature looks from Chanel. And because of a beauty look that replaced the typical wedding make-up of pink blush, seductive lashes, and red lipstick with gentle contouring and strict hairstyles reduced to light and dark beige tones. The focus: emphasized eyebrows. A boyish look that is absolutely suitable for everyday use and now belongs in your beauty portfolio! The following are the essentials with which the make-up trend Boyish Smokey works best and how it can be made up in a few simple steps.
The essentials of the trend look are dark eyebrows and eyes framed in beige tones. To do this, first, comb the eyebrows in the direction of growth and upwards, then define and optimize with the help of a dark brown pencil and brow powder; Conceal gaps and irregularities with tiny strokes (as re-painted hairs) or a matching powder. Tip: Waterproof textures set the make-up trend. Creamy eyeshadows in various light and dark brown tones are used to frame the eyes. For the gentle smokey eye effect, trace the contours several times with the eyeshadow brush or applicator, also below the eyes, and generously paint in the upper eyelid. Draw the upper lash line with a fine eyeliner in espresso brown and give the lashes more curl with a little colorless or brown mascara. Do not use thick, deep black fake lash variants!
First, use a light foundation, light powder, and some concealer to create an even complexion. Then contour the cheekbones with a darker shade of powder; Dab some highlighter above and create smooth transitions between light and shadow.
First, prepare the lips with an emollient primer (or balm), then apply lipstick in a beige shade that matches the eyeshadow. Finally, add a generous brownish shade to the lip contour and frame it, and the make-up trend from Chanel and make-up artist Lucia Pica is ready.
Tip: blend well and avoid precise, razor-sharp lines - Boyish Smokey is a very subtle, gentle accentuation of the contours.