Nothing says festive beauty better than sparkly silver makeup and deep berry lips, which is why we’re turning to Chanel’s Métiers d’Art 2020 show to inspire our beauty looks this holiday season. While the runway shone with shimmery gowns and gilded suits, Chanel’s Global Creative Makeup and Color Director Lucia Pica was backstage creating not one, not two, but three stunning looks that gave us major festive feels – and had us reaching for our silver eyeshadows.
So, if you’re looking for ways to add a touch of chic sparkle or deep moody hue to your makeup look, Savoir Flair has you covered, as only we can reveal the key products Pica used as she shares her backstage secrets exclusively with us.
“The first look was a masculine-feminine one, realized with the ‘Baume Essentiel in Transparent’ with the accent of a strass placed in the inner corners of the eyes to catch the light. There was the ‘Le Volume Révolution de Chanel Mascara in 10 – Noir’ on the top and bottom lashes. Eyebrows are groomed and boyish in all the three looks. First, I used the ‘Le Stylo Sourcils Waterproof’ and then the ‘Gel Sourcils’ to add depth and volume to hairs.”
“The second look was a wash of silver on the eyelids, realized with ‘Les 4 Ombres Palette in Modern Glamour’ that went into the inner corners of the eyes and underneath in a straight strong line, focused just on the inner part of the eye. This look has a cool, minimal 90s vibe.”
“The third one was a more sophisticated and feminine one. The skin was perfect, thanks to ‘Les Beiges Water-Fresh Tint’. The focus was on the perfectly shaped, glossy burgundy lips. First, I defined the lips with the ‘Le Crayon Lèvres in Brun Carmin’. Then I applied the ‘Chanel ‘Rouge Allure Velvet Extrême in Rouge Obscur’ direct from the bullet on the lips. I finished the look with the ‘Rouge Coco Gloss in Epique’ on top to deepen and intensify. On the eyes, I applied a touch of the ‘Baume Essentiel in Transparent’ and ‘Le Volume Révolution de Chanel Mascara’ to the top lashes only.”