Experiments - basic credo of make-up artists, creating the image of haute couture. On the catwalks of the world could see a variety of skin tones. The snow-white, with a light peach blush and freckles, dull "cold" or shade with a velvety tan, gray and even with the effect of wet glow - as if the asphalt after a heavy rain. Is urgent clarification of the T-zone (especially the chin) - so the face looks fresher and more radiant.
Chanel, Shristian Dior, Christian Lacroix, Dominique Sirop, Elie Saab, Felipe Oliveira Babtista, Jean Paul Gautier.
Images of haute couture, oddly enough, there were even a bit more restrained than the prêt-a-porter. Couture-natural alternative was the bright colors of the season. Although there are very notable exceptions - his grandiose images of classic outrageous Christian Dior. Open look from under the fluffy eyelashes, or drama - thanks to lower overhead beams of cilia, bold arrows - that, in fact, the whole "arsenal".
Chanel, Shristian Dior, Christian Lacroix, Elie Saab, Franck Sorbier, Jean Paul Gautier, Valentino.
As fashion prêt-a-porter, haute couture does not accept thin eyebrows. Natural, broad, expressive, they are hardly the main focus on the face. The exception is clarified, but no less thick eyebrows.
Chanel, Elie Saab, Jean Paul Gautier, Shristian Dior.
Headdress, worthy of the Empress, sensual strings of pearls in her hair, hairstyles in the shape of a hat, or laying in the notorious' 30s-inspired, classic "horse" with a pair of tails vybivshihsya locks a la Angelina Jolie, long straight hair - the era and style knows no bounds . The trend towards extended overhead strands in the past.
Chanel, Shristian Dior, Domenique Sirop, Elie Saab, Eymeric Francois, Franck Sorbier, Givenchy, Jean Paul Gautier.
Sensual, juicy, coral-colored or very ripe cherry, lips sparkle with hundreds of sequins. Matte lipstick but no less relevant. Lips can be frighteningly pale, like a friend of Count Dracula, or gentle natural touches. Jean Paul Gautier, Shristian Dior, Christian Lacroix, Franck Sorbier.