Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Doing Yourself




The spring couture season left us five makeup ideas that you can repeat at home for a casual date during the afternoon or some more glamorous and exotic options as Gaultier showed with his looks full of rhinestones on the eyelids.




They all look super light and foundation free which makes them easier for women who take care of their skin, especially now that a dry season has just passed and another one with a lot of sun exposure is approaching.

Check out the best spring couture makeup looks worth doing yourself!




· Ralph & Russo

Ralph & Russo showed a glamorous collection of feathered gowns, pretty dresses, and feminine skirts suits for spring 2020 couture. Most of the pieces were anchored in a pastel color palette, such as teal, pink, and light green, and makeup artist Sam Bryant created a look that played off the collection. He applied a barely there pale blue to the lid that he achieved by custom-mixing MAC Paintsticks. He topped off the eye look with Reflects Pearl Glitter for a touch of iridescence. Brows were brushed up, and clear gloss was applied. Bryant also applied lipstick in Snob for a pretty pastel-pink touch and left the face dewy without any powders for a youthful look.

The Best Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Repeating
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· Chanel

At the Grand Palais, Chanel re-created a garden with real cabbages, a fountain, and a paved brick walkway as a tribute to the garden at the Abbey of Aubazine, the orphanage where Coco Chanel and her two sisters were left by their father as children. The makeup followed the minimal schoolgirl vibes and innocence that the clothing portrayed. Lucia Pica, Chanel’s global creative color and makeup designer, prepped skin with Les Beiges L’Eau de Teintbefore sculpting the crease of the eye with the Stylo Ombré et Contour in Mauve. She blended this out and then applied the Brun shade on the crease and lower lash line and blended even more. Finally, she took a brush and blended Les 4 Ombres palette in Elemental for the prettiest, most subtle smoky eye.

The Best Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Repeating
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· Dior: double-winged liner

Dior’s couture show was a tribute to women. Famed feminist artist Judy Chicago created an artistic set while creative director Maria Grazia Chiuri took inspiration from the clothing of ancient Greece -mainly the peplos. Following that, makeup artist Peter Phillips created a double-wing eyeliner look (extending from both the top and bottom of the eye) with a fleck of gold in between. He focused the liner on just the outer corner of the top and bottom lashes for a more graphic shape, and he also extended the models’ brows.

“It’s always nice to add a little bit of length to your brow, without it feeling too drawn,” he explained. To get the overall look, he used Diorshow On Stage Liner in 091 Matte Black, the gold eye shadow from the Universal Neutral Dior Backstage Custom Eye Palette applied wet, the Diorshow Brow Styler, and Diorshow Pump ‘n’ Brow.

The Best Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Repeating
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· Givenchy

The Best Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Repeating
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· Gaultier

The Best Spring Couture Makeup Looks Worth Repeating
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