As it is customary in fashion, a few days ago that Pantone, a color authority for more than 50 years, announced the colourful trend for spring/summer 2011 makeup. Additional information is available at Gavin Baker, New York City. The chosen color was Pantone 18-2120 Honeysuckle, Alternatively, honeysuckle color. Your description is clear: dynamism of color rosa-rojizo and striking, with encouraging capacity to ensure one healthy shine both in women as men. And not only the lips will be their goal, but they may also be comfortably on cheeks and as eye shadow. Last year was the turquoise (Pantone 15-5519) who invaded cosmetic centers, fashion catwalks and many women makeup drawers. Now on the other hand, the Honeysuckle acquires brio and force to deal with everyday problems infusing courage and confidence as described Leatrice Eiseman, Executive Director of the Pantone Color Institute. Honeysuckle is a captivating color with positive qualities and who has that so alive visceral red color in the color spectrum. According to several magazines specialties in professional make-up, adopt the Honeysuckle to different parts of the body and provide us with a series of tips to follow: eyes: A pink shade, although it may seem strange, can be very chic if we concentrate part of the color on the outer half of the eyes.
Black eyeliner and mascara will be very necessary. Cheeks: remember Heidi? Well, a pink burst on the cheeks is not something novel. The Honeysuckle will provide freshness, especially if you move up to the line of hair. Lips: Forced exfoliation before applying the color. The brightness should not be excessive for this strong pink. Origin of the Honeysuckle Honeysuckle flowers is a climbing plant known as Lonicera caprifolium.
It originated in southern Europe and is a shrub of gnarled branches, oval leaves and many flowers. The colors of the flowers are red and pink, and emit a soft and delicate perfume that intensifies at night. Pantone: the world reference in colors for artists and painters Pantone Inc. a U.S. company from New Jersey who developed a color control system graphic arts and industrial painting. Amedida that has step time, has become a prestigious chromatic method, also used in other sectors who regularly work with palettes and color fans, as it is the case of makeup and cosmetic sector.