CORRIE NIELSEN, Maria Grachvogel, PPQ, Home of Holland, Nicole Farhi and Jonathan Saunders: the intensive checklist of London Style Week designers who’ve determined to showcase purple lips this season. Okay, so what's new? Properly, it's all within the software, with the lip color being blurred out on the edges for a soft-focus impact. SEE THE HOUSE OF HOLLAND SHOW HERE At Jonathan Saunders, make-up artist Lucia Pieroni labored with the MAC Cosmetics staff to create lovely "stamped on lips" that had a slight Japanese geisha affect. At PPQ make-up artist Katie Hughes selected to stress the height of the cupid's bow to enrich the "coronary heart" picture that was being etched onto the cheek and on the nails, however left the remainder of the lips gentle so that they immediately grew to become "attractive as a substitute of being too scary and exact". SEE THE JONATHAN SAUNDERS SHOW HERE At each Maria Grachvogel and Nicole Farhi, make-up artists Mel Arter and Petros Petrohilos respectively opted for a burgundy/brown tackle purple each to choose up the colors within the assortment and since, defined Mel, "it's a extra androgynous tackle purple." SEE THE 10 BEST LIPSTICKS FOR SPRING HERE And one other new-season rule? Combine and match colors to create the right purple. At Home of Holland, make-up artist Lucia Pica blended a minimum of 5 completely different MAC Cosmetics lip merchandise (two lip pencils: Redd and Cherry in addition to three lipsticks: Ruby Woo, Russian Crimson and Girl Hazard) to create the last word color. Oh, and another factor – whichever purple you go for, there’s one factor that may be a should: it’s a must to ensure it's matte.