A weapon of seduction, an instrument of self-assertion, an accomplice of transformation / revelation of oneself, make-up provides moments of childhood-like happiness and is considered an indispensable fashion accessory. All the more so, if visionary make-up artists are accustomed to working closely with designers and have internalised the codes and DNA of their respective brands season by season. Make-up is also a way of putting oneself, captured in the illustrations of the Instagram artist (and fashion addict) Blairz. At Dior, Peter Philips perfectly synthesizes the Power Look, a palette inspired by the contrasts of metropolitan reality, made of concrete and neon lights. The Chanel woman goes to the essentials of the Noir et Blanc collection by Lucia Pica, a tribute to the cinema of the '20s and' 30s and the modernist soul of Mademoiselle Gabrielle Chanel. The natural-chic woman of Saint Laurent has already announced a limited edition of cult lipstick Rouge Pur Couture The Slim Couture Studs Collector in 4 shades by Tom Pecheux. The Gucci girl collects lipsticks with the perfume of violet and exquisitely vintage cases, made by Alessandro Michele, as a tribute to the Hollywood glamour of the 40s and 50s.