Love, fear, fascination, curiosity; all these emotions it brings out, don’t they just make you want it, with all the superstitions and fantasies? Poets’ escape to an imaginary world fevered by its mysterious face of many messages. It influences nature and sentiments and exerts a magnetic disturbance on our will… I love the Moon for the femininity and softness that it suggests, for its light and shadows, for the adorning veil that it delicately places over our lives. To want the Moon is to want what seems unattainable; that is exciting! But technological advances have now made fanciful lunar voyage possible as well as the mastery of light in this collection.
Les Ombres de Lune, illuminating powder and intense shadow, are the coalescence of this fantasy source light and contrasted moon. The desire to create shadow where there is none inspired me to a great extent; deflected moonlight that gives a different angle to reality. I wanted to take a cinema makeup technique that has always intrigued me and apply it to beauty. The “American night” demands a different way of working with light; complexion must radiate in bold contrasts, like for a black and white image. I wanted the Moon…For you.
This collection includes the following products;-
Les Ombres de Lune
An illuminating powder for cheeks, eyes, complexion and an intense eyeshadow for a twilight effect.
Lune Mysterieuse Nº 1 – Black moon in a creamy white sky
Lune Mordoree Nº 2 – Night blue moon in a golden sky
Le Prisme Blush-Glow
Lune Rosee Nº 41 – Dainty scultping blush with fun pearly hues
Lune Carmin Nº 52 – Deep sensual red
Lune Carmin Nº 31 – Deep sensual red
Lune Argentee Nº 15 – Opalescent veil
Marine Blue Nº 16 – Black with bold blue reflects
I am liking the deep red lips, spotted anything you fancy? See more photos, swatches and review at Karen’s Makeup and Beauty Blog here >
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omg that lipstick colour is SO intense! WOWWWW
So gothic, right?