Beauty’s in a yin-yang mood. Meet the lat­est nod to the ’90s: grunge luxe. By EU­GE­NIE KELLY

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents - Pho­tographed by STEVEN CHEE

Grunge luxe looks with a ’90s feel.

There’s a dis­tinct ’90s mood in the air right now, but although the un­der­ly­ing tone is grunge, there’s pol­ish to it this time around. She’s a glam­orous tom­boy.and a red-car­pet rebel. Some­one happy to de­vote an hour to an im­mac­u­late eye — but who leaves the house with­out lip­stick. And th­ese def­i­nitely aren’t left­over­from-the-night-be­fore looks … What didn’t work back in the ’90s (pen­cil-thin eye­brows, any­one?) is now su­perceded by ef­fort­less el­e­ments that are time­less.a thicker, fuller, more nat­u­ral brow; a chic, moody man­i­cure; a full-on eye; and barely-there, pol­ished foun­da­tion. “She may boast the strength and ex­pe­ri­ence of a woman, but she’s ruled by the free spirit of a teenager,” ex­plainsvic­to­ria Baron, makeup artist for Chanel, who cre­ated th­ese looks. “It’s un­done glam­our. If you’re go­ing for a grungy liner look it needs to be paired with an el­e­ment of chic.the eyes are def­i­nitely the state­ment, but they don’t al­ways have to be per­fect. They tell the story of a night.”

Chanel coat, $7420, and gloves, $1130. Styled by THELMA MCQUIL­LAN and KARLA CLARKE.

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