“It’s very French to be able to walk out the door and look as though you haven’t done anything to your make-up – it’s not always about wearing colour, but beautiful flawless skin and groomed brows,” explains Baron. Opt for foundations that enhance rather than camouflage your complexion (like gels, liquids or fluids) and correct with concealer. To define brows, use a pencil to subtly fill and shape, and then set with clear gel.
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Benefit Gimme Brow Volumizing Eyebrow Gel in Light, $39. Chanel Vitalumière Aqua Ultra-Light Skin Perfecting Makeup in Beige, $78. Hourglass Arch Brow Sculpting Pencil, $49.
Into the blue
If you lived through the blue eye shadow era of the ’80s, seeing it come full circle could be a bit daunting. However, the evolved version of minimalistic, modern and all about navy tones (rather than frosted or pastel blues). Baron likes to layer colour on the lash line to create depth and make eyes appear bigger.
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Chanel Illusion D’ombre Velvet Eyeshadow in Navy, $50. Kat Von D Studded Kiss Lipstick in Agatha, $31. Kevyn Aucoin The Volume Mascara, $40.
WATCH: Behind the scenes with Marie Claire
Photographer: Georges Antoni
Make-Up Artist: Victoria Baron for CHANEL
Manicurist: Jocelyn Petroni for CHANEL
Hairstylist: Michele McQuillan
Model: Jade Woods @ IMG
Styling: Bree McDonald
Words by Marie Claire Australia