“Fade to Grey”, the new Giorgio Armani Beauty look for eyes, lips and nails, is subtle make-up for an elegant autumn.
The shades come in soft mineral tones with a slight shimmer for a sheer, weightless effect.
“Fade to Grey” offers women subtle and elusive beauty.

Linda Cantello, International Makeup Artist Giorgio Armani :
“I think the best and most flattering make-up is make-up that you can’t see. It’s more striking when it has that slight ‘lived-in’ look. Eyes with muted colour, an Armani look with stronger eyebrows, grey eyes and a soft mouth. It is all easy to apply and anyone can wear it.”

“Fade to Grey” Eyeshadow Palette, playing on a refined play contrast to enhance the eyes for beautiful eyes.
A gorgeous colour duo featuring a shimmery black and delicate golden nude to structure and widen the eyes.

The gliding cream texture, light like an airy veil, is easy to apply and can be adjusted to customise the make-up look. The result is either discreet and muted or more intense, but ever sheer and luminous with lasting hold.

Its lightweight formula is derived from its “micro pearl” technology. The shadow is cold cast in a base with a texture between gel and powder and imprinted with a pattern before being pressed. Micronised pearl and pigment particles remain intact down to the bottom of the pan.

Giorgio Armani Cosmetics: “Fade to Grey”Eyes to Kill, eyes in the spotlight.
Giorgio Armani Beauty eyes are always full of mystery. With “Fade to Grey”, they become deep and magnetic.
Eyes to Kill Liner defines the eye for a dramatic look featuring raw, elusive, shimmery shades that offer buildable intensity. The grey mauve, bronze, pink gold and grey green can be worked to varying degrees of intensity, giving the eyes greater depth. The colours can even be blended to create a unique shade.
The line is long-wearing and feels creamy and comfortable on the eyelid. It is then blurred in a halo with Eyes to Kill Solo in ivory. The Wet Process sets pure colour on the lid. For the first time, Giorgio Armani Beauty features a satin matte but luminous look.
Eyes to Kill Liner, 4 shades: n° 2, n° 3, n° 5, n° 6.
Eyes to Kill Solo, n° 25.

Cheek Fabric, the healthy glow touch.
Cheek Fabric brings a hint of delicate apricot-hued colour to gently brighten a porcelain complexion.
The fine powder has a velvety texture that can be applied with a brush to give the face structure.
Cheek Fabric features the “Color Essenza” technology developed by Giorgio Armani Beauty laboratories. Pigments are selected for their purity and combined with a transparent base to leave light and luminous colour on the skin.
Its small, easy-to-carry case slips into any bag for a healthy glow touch-up any time of the day. The powder’s weave pattern offers additional elegance.Giorgio Armani Cosmetics: “Fade to Grey”
Cheek Fabric: n° 503.

Rouge d’Armani Sheers, lips as delicious as enough to eat.
The lips are subtly enhanced with precious shades. Ultimately sheer and luminous, they feature that bitten-lip look, both natural and sophisticated.
Rouge d’Armani Sheers contain pigments in a concentration of mineral mother of pearl to create a “crystal” effect. The formula contains the Color Shine Moisture Polymer, an ingredient that can hold twice its volume in water to offer the lips 8-hour moisture.
Three shades: n° 114, n° 524, n° 624 for chestnut, dusty pink and berry red.

Precious nails.
Nail lacquer is a line of autumn nail colour inspired by the sophisticated fabrics of Giorgio Armani collections.
With a texture between silk and velvet, matte and satin, the nails are adorned with rare, subtly iridescent shades in brown, plum, grey and bronze that change with the light.
This texture is unique due to the combination of two resins and a polymer.
Nail lacquer goes on as a liquid gel in a single step and one layer then becomes solid and dries quickly.
4 shades: n° 214, n° 624, n° 714, n° 724.
The Giorgio Armani Beauty “Fade to Grey” fall collection plays on iridescent, changing shades with
defined eyes and a delicate mouth.

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Last update: il 19.09.2014