Your Mini Road Map To Channelling Lily-Rose Deppby Candice Chua
At this point, I think it is safe to say that Lily-Rose Depp – the progeny of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp – is the next It girl. For one, the actress-model-generally-perfect-human-being is locked in as one of Karl Lagerfeld’s muses, as were Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne before her. She’s fronted two Chanel campaigns – including one for the new Nº5 – and made her runway debut at the house’s Métiers D’Art last week. Plus, she’s got leading roles in three films, one right opposite Natalie Portman. I know, I know – really makes you wonder what the hell you were doing when you were 17 years old. Is this what they call teen envy?
So, while I can’t be Lily-Rose Depp – our bone structures are significantly different, significantly being the keyword – I can attempt to channel her picture-ready beauty look from the Métiers D’Art show. Another keyword: attempt. In a nutshell, her look was largely natural-looking, save for smoky upper lids accentuated with a dash of powdery white. With the cold weather we’ve been having, it is a look that is perfect for the season, regardless of whether there’s actually snow outside. Thanks to Chanel, we have the specifics! That means not having to dig the crevices of the Internet to find out what shade of Rouge Allure Ink she wore! Yay!
For the base, Chanel used the Les Beiges Healthy Glow Foundation, topped with the Eclat Lumière highlighter pen, Correcteur Perfection concealer and finally, the Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Powder. Her brows were filled in with the La Palette Sourcils De Chanel.
The eyes are where the fun begins. To create the smokiness, Les 4 Ombres in Tissé Smoky was used, followed by Ombre Premiere Noir Satin. The Ombre Premiere Sable is behind the white accents. Unfortunately, the Sable and Noir Satin only comes out in June. Like, next year June. If you can’t wait that long, any good white eyeshadow (like this one from NARS) and white eyeliner (like this one from Colourpop) will do the trick. To end things off, a touch of Joues Contrast in Èlegance on the cheeks and Rouge Coco Baume and Rouge Allure Ink in Amoureux on the lips. Not even going to try to pronounce that last one. Amo-roo? Armour-row? I give up.