To accompany the dusty rose, dark floral brocades and sea foam blue shades, Clé de Peau Beauté's lead makeup artist Lucia Pieroni was inspired by 17th century portraiture. A neutral, but illuminated complexion was paired with a subtly smokey eye, but sans mascara and perfectly groomed brows. Read on to see the products that she used to create the look.
"The look this season was inspired by 17th century portraiture and the idea of a boyish Prince Charming. It’s a very beautiful, handsome face with a radiantly translucent skin and emphasis on the eyes and the mouth."- Lucia Pieroni
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