The Look: Diana In Sisley

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Diana's the girl who launched a million beauty campaigns. But really—she's done YSL, she's done Clarins, she's done Sephora, she's done Cacharel, and of course: Giorgio Armani. You've seen this face while trying to choose a blush or while flipping through your standard issue fashion magazine (but maybe you just didn't realize it). The cheekbones, that complexion, those grey-green eyes...they all just scream, “Let me sell you high-end cosmetics!”

For the moment though (and lucky for us), she's a free agent. Taking full advantage of it, here she is in a matte orange lip pencil from Sisley and a beautiful Maiyet scarf she just picked up down the street from our office (and was so excited about it, she had to put it on right then and there).

The Sisley Phyto-Lèvres Perfect Lipliner is one of those “always perfect in a pinch' products. It's more self-aware than other lip pencils because it knows that you want to wear it alone, without other products on top. It's just easier that way. So the formula starts out creamy—so creamy that it's blendable thanks to the little brush on the other end of the stick. But then let it set for a minute or so and that stuff's not moving until you introduce it to a cotton pad full of Bioderma.

All that, of course, is made better by the fact that they somewhat recently released new fall colors. Diana's in Coral, which isn't exactly the shade we'd call it. It's more of an orange suited for people who are feeling festive at the end of October, but don't want to take that whole Halloween thing too literally. It's like drinking a micro-brewed pumpkin ale as opposed to gorging on candy corn. Much more refined; much more adult.

Diana Moldovan (IMG) photographed by Tom Newton.

Those looking for a spicier orange (that's still wearable) look no further.