Backstage Beauty – Blush loves Chloe

 


The heat has finally abated, allowing us to enjoy the sun without fear of any make-up we do have on, heading south.
 
So now it actually stands a chance, where does one start?
 
Whenever I’m in doubt I go gallic, and in regard to this season, I’ve turned to Chloe. 



 
Chloe have a knack for spotting talent, and with past head designers including: Stella McCartney, Karl Lagerfeld and Phoebe Philo, it can’t be denied.
 
Current Creative Director, Claire Waight Keller, has also stayed true to the French insouciance, the air of Je ne se quoi, that make up the DNA of the brand; Elegant and easy sophistication, without an ounce of Parisian stuffiness.
 
For Spring/Summer Waight Keller, opted for a beauty look as effortless as the clothes, but also wanted a modern look to offset the sixties silhouette she had been drawn to.
 
Enter Guido Palau and Diane Kendal
Although hair was sixties in feel -in that Guido used wax finishing spray to give side-swept hair, texture at the crown- it was given a modern twist with a half-flipped ponytail.
 




Kendal, however, opted for a wholly futuristic look. Sweeping streaks of copper across the eyelids.
The look is unbelievably easy to recreate, and the perfect colour for catching the sun’s light.


 
Kendal, first used a sweep of M.A.C Cream Colour Base in Improper Copper and finished with a sweep of Copper Pigment.
M.A.C, Cream Colour Base, Improper Coper, £15
 M.A.C, Pigment in Copper Sparkle, £17 
Look behind-the-scenes with Fashion TV:
Jamila x
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Jamilatsj

Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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