Meet The Artists: Christian Schild, Germany

We work with select professional make-up artists in the UK, Russia, Czech Republic, Poland, Germany, Austria, Switzerland and the USA to make sure Rouge Bunny Rouge is part of the vibrant world of fashion.
Come right in and meet our make-up artist friends, learn about their favourite products and tricks in this brand new series on the blog. We start the series today – please welcome Christian Schild from Cologne, Germany.

Meet Chris

Cologne-born Chris has worked for many international magazines and clients in the beauty and fashion industry since 2000, specialising in, but not limited to, advertising, fashion and beauty photography. His motto: Always looking for the next exciting challenge!
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1. What was the first ever RBR product you have used? What was your impression?
My first RBR product was the Liquid Foundation MILK AQUARELLE. I was immediately convinced by the texture of the foundation – it’s delicate and adheres superbly to the skin with no mask effect whatsoever. More like a tinted day cream ;) but one with a perfect coverage.

2. How do you see perfect, beautiful skin and what do you do to achieve the look?
For me perfect skin has to keep the natural radiance and glow, and look “alive”. To achieve this effect, my favourite is the Aqua Primer PRELUDE IN THE CLOUDS under the foundation. To emphasize the radiant finish, I blend the primer with the Highlighting Liquid SEAS OF ILLUMINATION.

3. What is your favourite RBR product and why?
Clearly it’s the three hues of the Highlighting Liquid SEAS OF ILLUMINATION – they look ever so delicate and natural on skin – and blend wonderfully with a primer or with liquid foundations!
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4. Which make-up artists do you find particularly inspiring and why?
I don’t really have any role models among make-up artists. I think each one is a real artist and does their work good in their own way, which can be as inspiring.

5. Who would you love to do make-up for, and why (a living person or an icon from the past)? What look would you go for?
I’d say I’ve had the honour to have worked with such a person already. I did make-up for Dita von Teese for a photoshoot. She wears that 40s and 50s look – one of the most sensual and feminine make-up looks ever. But this classic is also one of the toughest – it must be perfect down to the minute detail. It has been one of the biggest challenges so far!

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