Inspired by the bold and colorful beauty looks of the red carpet, L'Oréal Paris presents it's new range of highly pigmented eyeshadows: Colour Riche Mono. In addition to providing you with quality that's good enough for the pros, the sleek and chic packaging makes them a pleasure to use. The 15 unique shades will help you recreate the looks of even the most daring celebrities! Speaking of, we've put together 4 vibrant red carpet beauty looks that you can thanks to these new intensely pigmented and shimmery shadows...
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Alessandra Ambrosio: Teal Couture
Looking for an original way to wear the classic smoky eye? Alessandra Ambrosio opted for a teal smoky eye with feline definition for the 2016 Grammy Awards. To recreate the look, apply a dark shadow over the entire surface of your eyelid and lower lashlines. Then use an angled brush to apply teal at the inner and outer corners in 213 Teal Couture.
Kylie Jenner: Quartz Fume
Those with a darker complexion like Kylie Jenner will love the effect of 204 Quartz Fume on their skin. Ideal for creating a daytime-appropriate smoky eye, it envelopes your eyes in warm, rich color. This shade works especially well for definition, so use you along the lash lines to create the appearance of thicker lashes or just at the outer corners to elongate the shape of the eyes.
Karlie Kloss: Cafe au Lait
When the amfAR Gala took place last May during Cannes, L'Oréal Paris spokesperson Karlie Kloss opted for one of the hottest beauty trends of the moment: the reverse smoky eye. To create the mysterious and bewitching look, use a shimmery dark beige eyeshadow like 203 Cafe au Lait along the lower lash lines only.
Barbara Palvin: Sunset Seine
We'll never forget the blazing beauty of Barbara Palvin at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival! The young model went for a look straight out of the pages of a magazine with this bright orange shadow applies straight up to the brow bone! Start with an eyeshadow primer, then layer 202 Sunset Seine over for a stunning look.