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While quarantining in Brighton, England, earlier this year, the actor Marisa Abela maximized her time at her childhood home. She started running 5Ks and even taught herself how to surf. But it was the many hours she logged indoors, refining the art of the Zoom audition, that proved most valuable to her career: “It’s all about angles and where you place the camera,” says the 23-year-old breakout star of Industry—a new HBO series about entry-level investment bankers in London, out next week.These nuances also turned Abela on to the transformative power of makeup: how a wash of powder can diffuse the light or how a long-lasting liquid lipstick can translate over even the most pixelated of frames (and stay in place underneath a mask). “I’m normally quite low-key,” she notes, adding that the DIY beauty crash course was crucial to securing her role in Five Dates, a forthcoming choose-your-own-adventure rom-com made for gaming consoles, which was filmed via video chat during lockdown. “I had to do a chemistry read over Zoom,” she recalls, breaking into a laugh, of the virtual interaction (glitches included) with costar Taheen Modak. “That was really intense!Below, the best pout players for your own Zoom-ready lip. Chanel’s two-in-one liquid lipstick stick pairs full-coverage color, like this subtlyshimmery Bordeaux shade, with high-shine gloss. No need to reapply Fenty’s fire-engine red lip paint: the paraben-free formula is designed to stay put—and stay bright. Treat your lips to Yves Saint Laurent’s stain, which glides on to deliver a smooth, pigmented finish.Consider Armani Beauty’s feel-good tangerine-colored Lip Maestro an instant pick-me-up. Achieve a powerful pout in a single swipe with this matte formula, which is available in 37 shades, ranging from peaches and plums to one glittery gold.
In the head-spinning age of multistep skin-care routines and mic-drop makeup launches, The One is a space for minimalists to sound off on a single beauty product that has found a longtime spot in their carefully curated regimens.“None of us really need a lot of things, in fact only a few,” Gabriele Pauliukeviciute tells me over the phone from her home in New York City. Among a certain creative milieu, the Image Director at Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle is known for her exquisitely pared-back façade, exemplified in her simple cashmere sweaters and fresh-faced complexion. Of course, there was a time when the native Lithuanian experimented with what she applied above the neck, taking her cues from the pages of magazines and online tutorials, but eventually she streamlined her routine thanks to her mother and grandmother, who instilled in her the meaning of less is more. “They hardly ever even wore a face cream,” she recalls.Now, Pauliukeviciute continues, she “only use[s] things that are very easy,” such as Biologique Recherche’s Lait U cleanser, a vitamin C serum, moisturizer, tinted SPF by NARS, and just one color cosmetic: Chanel’s Baume Essentiel in Golden Light, which she discovered through her friend, the model Giedre Dukauskaite. “Quite a lot of people have picked up on it and asked what I’m wearing—maybe because I never used to wear makeup,” Pauliukeviciute, a former swimmer, admits with a laugh, noting that the subtle bronzer, which she swipes down her cheekbones and across her eyelids, lends her complexion a lit-from-within finish reminiscent of the healthy glow her skin used to exude post-pool; recently, she’s even taken to applying a layer to her lips. “It makes them a little bit shiny but not in a tacky way,” she says of the handheld stick, which is, she adds, entirely foolproof: “You don’t have to be very perfect with it.”
“I like to be a free spirit,” Princess Diana once said. “Some don’t like that, but that’s the way I am.” More than two decades since her untimely death, the public’s long-standing fascination with her—as a royal, a humanitarian, a style icon, and an unapologetic rebel—has yet to wane. The new season of The Crown, out today, is only sparking more intrigue around the ways in which she bucked royal tradition with a self-assured attitude and distinct codes of self-expression.As a kid of the ’90s, I, like many, have always been taken with Princess Diana’s beauty, grace, and glamour. But of all her signatures, the one that has always stuck out to me was her ’80s-era proclivity for swipes of electric blue eyeliner; most strikingly worn with one of her sparkling diamond tiaras. Oh, the contrast! Yes, I know it was the ’80s and that it was the banner decade for colorful makeup, but for a woman of her stature, to me it always seemed kind of punk, a means of subtly railing against the royal system. Plus, her pared-back approach to a decidedly bold color statement brought a real-world sensibility to the look. “In the ’80s, blue eyeliner was about pulling out or brightening up naturally blue eyes,” explains makeup artist and Tatcha’s first-ever global director of artistry Daniel Martin, who famously gave Meghan Markle her natural wedding-day glow. “She kept it close to the lash line, enhancing the iris by creating this monochromatic tonal effect on the eye. She never took it up to her eyelid, which would create an entirely different effect altogether. I think her wearing it in that way made it wearable for so many.”While I, for one, love an aqua eye and think of Princess Diana every time I smudge a cyan pencil across my waterlines for a quick dose of color, I know it can be a polarizing choice—and surely was for Princess Diana as the more-is-more ’80s gave way to the minimalism of the ’90s. So I wasn’t surprised to learn that upon meeting Princess Diana on her Vogue photo shoot in 1991, makeup artist Mary Greenwell, who worked with her throughout the ’90s, convinced her to add more neutral eyeliner shades to her repertoire. “In the ’80s, a lot of people were wearing blue eyeliner, and she was so young! She could get away with doing whatever she wanted,” says Greenwell. “She was experimental and absolutely loved makeup, but when she went out on the red carpet, we just tried to make her as glamorous and gorgeous as possible for the time.”That being said, blue eyeliner certainly has its place, especially in the free-for-all that is the year 2020, where self-expression reigns supreme. “Right now, it’s about whatever you want to do, and making it look the best for you,” says Greenwell. “That’s what Diana always did.” Her tips for pulling off bold ticks of eyeliner, no matter how bright or understated the shade, is to keep the rest of the face fresh and vibrant: Clean skin enhanced with sheer foundation and feather-light swirls of blush and bronzer “to bring out the flush” in the face. “It’s about beautiful simplicity!” she says. That means different things to different people, but as The Crown mania sets in, a pull of Princess Di blue eyeliner is definitely in the cards for this editor.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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