Mod­ern gothic

Shade for au­tumn? a darker lip­stick is so much yet the new goth ground­break­ing. writes Chloe Street bad­der than that,

Hong Kong Tatler - - | Style Beauty -

Ro­darte AW16 I want you to ap­ply your black, near-black or deep­est dark­est pur­ple lip­stick, and prefer­ably line with black eye­liner as Peter Philips did at Dior. Then I need you to get your skin im­mac­u­lately, iri­des­cently— prac­ti­cally translu­cently—pale. And what of the eyes?, I hear you cry. Steady your­self. You may not like this, but I don’t want you to put much more than the most fleet­ing of flir­ta­tions of mas­cara on your lashes—and def­i­nitely forgo any liner or shadow. The brows how­ever? Go to TOWN. We are look­ing for badass, bushy, don’tmess-with-me brows. Et voila! The new gothic ro­mance—it’s brave and brazen and yet there’s some­thing about the look that is to­tally and ut­terly be­guil­ing.

From top: L’ab­solu Rouge Déf­i­ni­tion in No. 294 Le Pour­pre by Lancôme; Rouge Pur Cou­ture The Mats in No. 218 by YSL; Artist Rouge in C604 by Make Up For Ever Pen­cil Brow Ben­e­fit Proof by 2 Goof No. in Cel­lu­lar Treat­ment Loose Pow­der by La Prairie Lined and lined again at Marni AW16 Ro­darte AW16 Ec­cen­tric goths stole the stage at Ro­darte AW1

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