According to beauty experts, “orange is the new red” in the world of lipsticks. From bright “tangerine” orange to soft, natural, peachy shades, there is a hue to match every skin tone, but you must choose wisely. Orange isn’t an easy color to wear! Electric, vibrant shades that we have seen at Rag &Bone, Dennis Basso, Prabal Gurung and DNKY show will look great on healthy and tanned skin with just a bit of mascara. To achieve this look, among other lipsticks you can use Chanel Rouge Allure Intense Lip Color in Incandesente, Lancome Rouge in Love Lipstick in Madame Tulipe or Bobbi Brown Lip Color in Orange.
We have also seen orange lipstick at Creatures of the Wind show and NARS created a look for the runway. Lead artist James Boehmer said that the makeup was inspired by the artist Eugene von Bruenchenhein. He used NARS Timanfaya Satin Lip Pencil for the lips and white Iceland Duo eyeshadow for the eyes.
However, if your skin is pale, neon orange can be a disastrous choice. To find a shade that will match your delicate ivory skin tone you should browse through natural color palettes and choose a shade of soft peachy orange that suits you best. To recreate the look seen at Fendi spring/summer show, you can pick Estee Lauder Pure Color Long Lasting Lipstick in Fireball or Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter in Tutti Frutti.
Red orange shades look great on dark skin and they also make a perfect evening makeup look unlike the bright tangerine orange. Among other products you can choose Rouge Dior in Trafalgar, Laura Mercier Crème Smooth Lip Color in Maya or MAC Sheen Supreme Lipstick in Sweet Grenadine.
Fashion in News December ModXchange 2011 Los Angeles’ Fashion Database
K a r l i e K l o s s A l l u r e F a s h i o n S p r e a d | ModXchange News M X F N 0057
“Fashion in News – Photographer Mario Testino’s Allure-ing Karlie Kloss Spread”
by ModXchange Fashion
12 December 2011
NEW YORK, New York — | When p h o t o g r a p h y meets f a s h i o n ne’re do the twain feign compliment. October ’11 industry standard Mario Testino feted unfettered beauty and colour in undeniably vibrant picture – with supermodel in the making, K a r l i e K l o s s . Booking more and more runway and editorial queues, Karlie Kloss is proving she has staying power in the diminutively rapacious and at times, abject world that’s modeling. In an A l l u r e Magazine fall spread, Kloss is made up in bright stenciled eye and strikingly lush blush.
“Blush,” possibly communicating collective fashion sensibilities – Kloss’ pictures in the mag have surfaced with derision and lively repartee toward what is art, and art practiced responsibly.
Admittedly desensitized to posing sans vestiary, “I’m numb to the nudity. It’s just part of the job,” she’s also alluded among a smatter of choices, she’d have “been a little more mature, a little older.”
Art is not on its mission if it does not challenge, express, incite, or inspire. Kloss wears beauty products including The Classic Cream Lipstick in Sublime, Dolce &
Gabbana; spandex/nylon thong,Victoria’s Secret; Quickliner for eyes in Really Black, Clinique; Watermelon Long Last Lipstick, Clinique; Metal cuffs, Michael Kors; and Color Design Eye Shadow in Splurge and Color Fever Gloss by Lancôme.