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Haute Couture SS22 best beauty looks

Beyond dreamy high-fashion creations also make-up fosters the dream

Haute Couture SS22 best beauty looks Beyond dreamy high-fashion creations also make-up fosters the dream

During the week dedicated to the presentation of the Haute Couture collections for the Spring 2022 amazement and wonder are two common emotions: the heritage of French fashion houses continues to develop over time taking on new faces, carrying on values not to lose them but innovating constantly. Even the beauty looks follow the thread of storytelling in evolution of the various brands, enriching the faces of the models with unique details full of color, without fear of daring. Facial jewelry, graphic make-up and neon brushstrokes blend with the classic volumes of haute couture. This is the case of Chanel, Schiaparelli, Fendi, Valentino, Jean Paul Gaultier and Dior, who with their looks add material to the already populated aspirational world of French haute couture many other visual references, all to be recreated for special occasions, normal days and not, to which to add a pinch of allure from the high visual impact.

Jean Paul Gaultier

Glenn Martens is giving haute couture strong contemporary emotions. In her defile Haute Couture the creations of denim and woven silk are made-up by the make-up artist @ingegrognard that echo to rave cultures, in neon fuchsia and full black shades, while the most voluminous creations are accompanied by light looks.


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The classic French elegance of the maison turns into dark make-up looks that define the look by embracing eyelids and lower rhyme of the eye. The double tail of the eyeliner, widely shaded or graphic lengthens the shape of the eyelid in contrast with the looks designed by Virginie Viard for the new collection of the brand.



A vivid line of graphic eyeliner embellishes the eyes of Dior Spring 2022 Couture models. The Creative & Image Director of Dior, @peterphilipsmakeup contains in its precise features the essence of the new collection of Maria Grazia Chiuri, in the name of craftsmanship and the magic touch of art in history.


In "Anatomy of Couture" Pierpaolo Piccioli interprets the beauty of each individual honoring it in its uniqueness, proposing an inclusive parade for all bodies. The make-up by the beauty department of the brand of Roman origin applies the same principle to looks as light as the volumes of the clothes, applying eyelashes fan reminiscent of bird feathers, graphic eyeliner and minimal details that remain clean sublimate the features of the models on the catwalk.


Crystals on the face and luminous and ethereal skin live in the dream linked to the art and history of the Roman brand created by Kim Jones. The beauty looks curated by the designer @delfinadelettrez blend perfectly with the elegant vision of Fendi and make even more striking the sharp simplicity that has always distinguished the brand.


A dark touch as opposed to ascetic minimalism for the make-up that accompanies the parade of Schiaparelli by Daniel Roseberry, with tears of bright paste that drip from the face of a model immediately after a face apparently without makeup, but with volumes studied to perfection. Made by the make-up artist @danielkolaricmakeup for Pat Mcgrath, the makeup is the protagonist both on the catwalk and outside, with Julia Fox sporting a graphic look reminiscent of both ancient Egyptians and a Paris Hilton '90s.