The makeup look, created by Peter Philips, was all about different iterations of chunky black eyeliner that was drawn on to be imperfect and cool. "It’s three variations of kohl and black liner on the eyes," Philips told Allure. "It's soft skin with curled lashes, but the main product is Diorshow On Stage Liner.
Philips alternated between a look with eyes half-rimmed, a fully contoured and fully lined look, and one that just had liner under the eyes. "They're all kind of blunt — not too precious — and a little bit raw. " As for the rest of the complexion, Philips left the skin dewy and mostly bare, using Dior’s Backstage Face & Body Foundation.
According to Barber, the look was inspired by "slightly dark, cinematic drama, as if in a David Lynch movie. " The main products used were MAC Paintsticks, which were mixed together to create custom nude shades that were slightly darker than the skin. "The color was washed above and below to replicate natural shadow and depth," according to Barber.
If you're anything like us, you'll find yourself inspired by the many beauty looks sent down the runways — whether it’s a crystal eyebrow look from Valentino by legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath, or an edgy yet wearable, ingenious eyeliner look by the masterful Peter Philips.
Ooh la la. https://t.co/WYYHsLlVJN— Allure (@Allure_magazine) February 26, 2020