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In Season 3 of “Emily in Paris,” Lily Collins’ Emily is back with a bang.
The titular marketing maven starts the season by cutting her own “trauma bangs” — a rosé-fueled choice that also sparked a shift in her makeup looks for the new episodes.
“For Season 3, we wanted to have a big change,” head makeup artist Aurélie Payen tells Page Six Style of switching up Emily Cooper’s (Lily Collins) look to “work around” her new ‘do.”
“[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.”
But while Collins didn’t actually take scissors to her own hair in real life, she did play a role in Emily’s beauty looks, which included lipstick just as bold as her signature outré outfits.
“I really pay a lot of attention to the skin,” says Payen, whose go-tos on set included the CurrentBody LED Light Therapy Mask ($380) — which also makes an appearance in Episode 1 of the season — and 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.”
Mix foundation with concealer
“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,” says Payen, whose team uses a range of foundations, including Armani’s light formula.
Swipe on some mascara
Payen “really loves” Lancôme’s Hypnôse formula, which she used on Lily Collins’ lush lashes this season.
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