CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN LES YEUX NOIRS COLLECTION
Presenting an opus of eye amplifiers with the Christian Louboutin Les Yeux Noirs collection ...
March 1, 2017
Presenting an opus of eye amplifiers with the Christian Louboutin Les Yeux Noirs collection featuring a Lash Amplifying Lacquer mascara, Oeil Vinyle Luminous Ink Liner, Oeil Velours Velvet Eye Definer, and Brow Definer.
Eyes engage, reveal, and expose as Christian explains in his own words: “You can see happiness, sadness, fear, fierceness…You definitely see everything through the eyes.” To enhance the feature he considers most expressive, Christian Louboutin set out to create a collection of imaginative and expert tools.
The result is a collection that combines sensual application with the intensely rich colour and attention to detail expected from the designer. Luxurious and uniquely slender, each product provides a precise and sensual gesture similar to that of calligraphy. The Christian Louboutin eye collection is artfully designed to provide definition and add to the expression of a woman’s eyes, amplifying the essence and power of her gaze.
Les Yeux Noirs mascara delivers dramatic volume, enhancing the definition, length, lift and curl of lashes. The Oeil Vinyle imparts highly pigmented ink with a glossy sheen for eyes that are lined with intensity. The Velvet Eye Definer contains pigment rich formula combines precise application with glide to create versatile looks. Brow Definer is a versatile brow pencil for defining, shaping and filling eyebrows.
Whilst bringing ‘Les Yeux Noirs’ to life, Christian visualized one of his beauty icons, Queen Nefertiti’s infamous sculpted eyes – a nude lid precisely lined with carbon black charcoal liner. This look emboldened her eyes
and served to signify her powerful spirit. The designer delved further into the symbolism of ancient Egypt – a place and culture that constantly feeds his imagination – for the creation of the remarkable packaging: the Egyptian motifs of lotus flower petals and obelisks meld with Art Deco geometry to create these modern objets d’arts.