The Twenty SS20 Issue

Make-Up Dreaming

By Olivia Preston

Cosmetics that are just as beautiful in their packaging as the products are good, can possibly one of those utterly desirable items we crave. Dream-like makeups are like little works of art in themselves. Collections from Paul and Joe, Carolina Herrera and Dolce & Gabanna bring make-up dreaming into the real world.

Marc Beaussart @King Management, CGI Olivier Djlayer

Paul & Joe Summer Collection includes a stunning range of easy-to-apply eyeshadow duos that come in 5 colour options. The oil-rich gel base gives a gorgeous wet-look, paired with the lightweight sheer formula allows for summer looks to be effortlessly built up. From your fingertips to your eyelids, these blendable shadows can make any eyes pop with colour.

These refillable lipsticks from Carolina Herrera not only are eco-friendly, can refill as many times as you want but they are packed full of luxurious pigment. 36 shades come in three textures – matte, satin and sheer, so there’s more than enough to chose from. Dermatologically tested and paraben-free, these innovative formulas contain squalene and lightweight oils for added shine.

Also from the Paul & Joe Summer Collection, the Limited Edition Lipsticks come in three playful shades all embossed with tiny cats. Bringing together vibrant colour and a glossy core, this sticks leaves lips looking luscious and feeling smooth as silk.

Inspired by a fun-filled getaway to the idyllic island of Sicily, the Solar Glow Collection by Dolce & Gabanna embraces warmth and radiance. This collection includes a gorgeous Illuminating Contour Duo, a seamless colour that glides effortlessly over the skin, adding dimension and light. Altogether in classic Sicilian maiolica-tile style case, the contouring compact is an ode to one of Dolce & Gabanna’s most treasured codes.

Paul & Joe Summer Collection Lipstick

Paul & Joe Summer Collection Eyeshadows

Dolce & Gabbana Solar Glow Collection at Harrods

Carolina Herrera Lipstick

If you enjoyed make-up dreaming then why not read the Art of safe varnish here