There’s so much to look forward to in summer. Great weather, park days, fun trips, and of
course, music festivals! We have a few favorites in France that take place anywhere from the
parks of Paris to the beaches of Corsica. Summer festivals are the perfect spot to reveal your
wild side and there is no better or easier way to do so than with your makeup. One of the best
ways to have fun with it is to embrace ultra bold color, even in places you would least expect
it…like your eyelashes! A tie-dye inspired eye is the ultimate homage to pioneers of festival
style from years past (think the Grateful Dead!) with a modern twist.
You can achieve this wild look with the new Monsieur Big Color Lash Topcoat. This color
concentrated mascara topcoat gives instant color impact to your lashes. The formula catches
natural light too for a colorful and luminous shine, and is bright and buildable across your
lashes. Start with a coat of original or waterproof Monsieur Big mascara. Then, you’ll need all
four colors of Monsieur Big Color Lash Topcoat in gold, green, blue, and pink to create a full
spectrum tie-dye eye look. Simply alternate them throughout your top and bottom lashes until
you’ve achieved enough color to really stand out in the crowd!
But why keep the color to your lashes when you can turn up the volume on your makeup with
bold lips to match? For serious color, shine, and super long wear L’Absolu Lip Lacquer is an
excellent companion for any festival goer looking to hold on to loud color well into
hours of singing along to their favorite artists. This buildable high shine long-wear lip gloss
even hydrates your lips too so you can have awesome color while looking after your lips. No
chapped lips ruining a good time here!
For my summer festival look I’m trying out a fun but slightly subtler version of the tie-dye eye
with two shades of Monsieur Big Color Lash Topcoat in Flirty Pink and Glamorous Gold. The
result were lashes that fit my personal festival style…flirty, glamorous and fun! To match I went
with the same colors on my lips with L’Asbolu Lacquer in Ultra-Rose and Go For Gold, starting
with the pink, and then using the gold to accentuate the cupid’s bow. It’s a nice way to add a
bit of metallic for an almost psychedelic effect.
Now it’s your turn to try. Don’t be shy, go ahead and mix and match these two new hits from
Lancôme to customize your festival look like I did and wow the crowd. Who knows, your
makeup might totally steal the show!