Emily returns in “Emily in Paris” season 3 and is even noisier than before. In the newest episodes of the show, Emily begins the season by drastically altering her cosmetics. Aurélie Payen, the principal makeup artist for Lily Collins, said to Page Six Style:
“For Season 3, we wanted to have a big change. “[Emily] is maybe a little bit more mature in terms of herself … and I wanted to have a little bit more sophisticated makeup for her.” “I really work closely with Lily and her hairstylist,” says Payen, who plays a “little game” with the star to ensure they’re on the same page about products for scenes. “I already know the [shade] I want to have … but I say, ‘OK, Lily, choose the one you want.’ And each time she chooses the same as mine.”
Along with working with Collins, Payen was also influenced by a number of older movie icons; for example, some of Emily’s looks “hint to Audrey Hepburn,” while Camille (Camille Razat) has an eye that “nods to Brigitte Bardot.” The makeup expert claims:
“I wanted to have an identity for each of the [characters],” says the makeup expert. “Some of them I wanted them to be more American glam, and some of them I wanted to be more [of a] French makeup look.”
For instance, Camille and Sylvie (Philippines Leroy-Beaulieu) exhibit the most recent fashion, a “fresh” look with less foundation and more blush while Mindy (Ashley Park) sports more shine and contour. She tells us the following secret, which is:
“I really pay a lot of attention to the skin,” says Payen
Her go- to set includes CurrentBody LED Light Therapy Mask , which was also used during the Episode 1 of the season. Also Payot face mist, which she “really loves using” for prep, touch-ups and post-makeup removal.
Let your blush do double duty
“If you want to have the French-girl look, working with a lot of blush [will] give glow,” says Payen. “You can also put some blush on the nose as well to give that little sunshine [look] on your face.”
Payen’s team uses a variety of foundations, including the Armani brand’s lightweight formula.
“I don’t like heavy makeup, so I really want to work with foundation that I can mix with concealer and apply with little touches,”