Peter Philips created an extreme pinky-rosy eye make-up inspired by Marie-Antoinette while hairstylist Sam McKnight coiffed the ladies with pastel-coloured bobs.
Think "macarons", "pistache", Chanel "mouches" (beauty marks) and Versailles gardens...
“It’s pink makeup,” Philips admitted to www.style.com of the coordinating shades of Chanel Ombre Essentielle Soft Touch Eyeshadow in Rose Favorite, its Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Rose Pétale, and its Rouge Coco Shine Lipstick in Evasion, which he swiped onto lids, cheeks, and mouths respectively. “[But] it’s between girly and rebel,” he continued, lining the inner rims of eyes with Chanel’s taupe-y beige Le Crayon Khôl eyeliner in Clair, slightly enhancing brows and deliberately avoiding a heavy base so skin didn’t look too “historical.”
The real excitment were the black velvet chanel logo's beauty marks ....placed on the models' face "à la Marie-Antoinette" which will also be included in the forthcoming make-up line "Collection Versailles".
Cara Delevingne and her Chanel "mouche"