10 Tips for French-Inspired Hair & Makeup Looks

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10 Tips for French-Inspired Hair & Makeup Looks
French style is quite enviable and aspirational – particularly, the ever-so-sexy Parisian style. Clothing and confidence aside, there are a few other avenues down which to venture if you’re in hot pursuit of a French-inspired look. And both these roads can be found from the neck up: Your face and your hair.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Gabrielle Caunesil Pozzoli (@gabriellecaunesil) on Oct 10, 2019 at 3:26am PDT 1. The smoky eye The French are known for their confidence in, and mastery of, the art of romance, allure, and sex appeal. And nothing speaks to all these things, makeup-wise, like the sultry smoky eye. Grab your black eyeliner, a dark shadow, some high-quality mascara, and get to work on those peepers before your next big night out.
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Anne McCarthy is a contributing writer to BBC News, Teen Vogue, The Telegraph, Dance Magazine, and more. She has a Masters in Creative Writing from the University of Westminster and is the Editor in Chief of Fat Tire Tours’ travel blog. She lives in New York City.

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  • Karen Mullens
    2020-09-17 10:04:59
    Karen Mullens
    Sorry but these articles make me laugh. I’ve been to Paris many many times. The people I see around the city and provincial towns look no different to woman in other cities around the world. I’ve rarely seen people looking like the woman in these photos. 🤷‍♀️ Clothing goes from a A- Z RANGE , but generally very casual. Once, and once only , I remember seeing a very chic woman in the 16th .... she looked fabulous, but no different from chic woman anywhere in the world.

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