A Holiday Beauty How-To with Le Métier de Beauté
December 16, 2016
The season of bold lips and smoky eyes has officially arrived—perhaps our favorite time of year. Holiday events and celebrations encourage us to embrace rich berry hues and deep alluring shadows. Below we share three expertly crafted beauty looks by Le Métier de Beauté to accompany your holiday ensemble. Join us as we learn how to master radiant red lips, showstopping eyes, and an allover glow.
Flaunt an irresistible pout in your desired shade of berry.
Step 1: Paint Tabou Moisture Matte Lip Créme directly over the entire lip using the doe foot applicator.
Step 2: With a clean mascara wand, scuff the Fire Lily True Color Eyeshadow onto a flat artist palette.
Step 3: Pour your desired shade of Sheer Brilliance Lip Gloss over the eye shadow and gently mix together.
Step 4: Using the Masters Collection Detail Brush, apply mixture over the entire lip beginning in the center.
Captivate with gorgeously pigmented shadows. Featured colors are from the Night Magnifique Limited Eye Colour Collection palette and are ordered from left to right.
Step 1: Lightly buff Beau (shimmering blush) all over from lash line to brow bone and on lower lash line.
Step 2: Layer Envie (radiant pinked-taupe) on top from lash line to just above the crease and across the lower lash line.
Step 3: Press Séduire (matte merlot) across the entire upper and lower lash lines.
Step 4: Layer Vision (glimmering patina) from lash line into crease.
Step 5: Finish with Flick (satin onyx) applied lightly across upper and lower lash line.
Steal the show with an elegantly bold look.
Step 3: Gently tap Noir Precision Liquid Liner over the base of the lashes and flick outward past the end of the eye line.
Step 4: Apply Noir Lash Extreme Mascara on upper and lower lashes.
Step 5: Sweep Sun Drenched Bronzer under jawline and along the cheekbones and hairline.
Step 6: Beginning with the natural lip line, cover the entire lip in Teddy Boy Moisture Matte Lip Crème and blend into the center of the mouth.