This is one of the glamorous global event of the year, attracting many high-ranking stars and super models as Claudia Shiffer. A wonderful opportunity to stride across the red carpet in full style, introduce the latest trends, and show off your best side. The international cosmetics manufacturer Kryolan is supporting the event with specially created Red Carpet Looks so that stars can make a perfect entrance: the discrete “no make-up look” for him and the popular “millennial pink” for her.
These internationally renowned faces are rarely under as much pressure as they are on the red carpet: under the glaring spotlights, they are subjected to the scrutiny of the audience and the cameras. That is why the Kryolan team again provided the national and international guests with the perfect make-up. This season’s color trend is “millennial pink,” and it creates fashionable, expressive eyes. This year, however, the theme is intensity, with deliberate but “unintentional” highlights. Not precise, but that is the cost of being cool; simply and almost carelessly blended onto the eyelids, the eye make-up gives off a feeling of free-spiritedness and casual elegance. Strong contours give way to trendy strobing. The 2017/2018 red carpet season is also celebrating rouge’s big comeback, with cheeks glowing in dewy peach tones. Lavish but natural eyebrows add a touch of the wild, and softly gleaming lips provide a calm contrast, complementing the look. A combination of subtlety and intensity that leaves both an impression and a sense of playfulness.
For him: definitely make-up, but as subtle as possible. For a blemish-free complexion, skin irregularities and redness disappear under concealer and foundation, while darker nuances discreetly accentuate contours and highlight those attractive, masculine facial features. Transparent mascara and colorless eyebrow gel tame and define lashes and brows, making the eyes the most expressive part of the face – a naturally glowing look, guaranteeing a magical moment in the flurry of camera flashes. “Even men strive for a perfect look,” acknowledges Paul Merchant, Global Head of Make-up for Kryolan. “But discretion plays an important role,” the expert continues. “The daring millennial pink look might seem risky at first glance, but make-up is a creative outlet, it’s fun, and because it’s only temporary, experiments are allowed. After all, we want to look our best.” And just like last year, Kryolan is also giving all make-up enthusiasts a taste of that red-carpet feeling: exclusively for the BAMBI awards, visitors to Kryolan stores will have the opportunity to be made up fit for the red-carpet – you’re guaranteed to feel like a star.