Renaissance Redux: “The Dutch Masters understood how to use light, giving their paintings a three-dimensional quality,” James Boehmer, director of global artisty for NARS Cosmetics, says. “These same principles are fundamentals to makeup. Contrast in shadow and light, as well as texture, like a matte versus luminous finish, will give a multi-dimensional quality to the skin.”

See more 15th-century beauty inspiration here.

Renaissance Redux: “The Dutch Masters understood how to use light, giving their paintings a three-dimensional quality,” James Boehmer, director of global artisty for NARS Cosmetics, says. “These same principles are fundamentals to makeup. Contrast in shadow and light, as well as texture, like a matte versus luminous finish, will give a multi-dimensional quality to the skin.”

See more 15th-century beauty inspiration here.

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