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French Makeup Vocabulary

French Makeup Vocabulary

Lexique du maquillage

On this page you will learn several vocabulary words for different kinds of cosmetics and makeup in French. We’ll cover various kinds of cosmetics such as lipstick, eyeshadow, blush, eyeliner and much more. We’ll also cover the different parts of the face as well as some of the major French makeup brands.

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  • le maquillage makeup
  • se maquiller to wear/put on makeup
  • le mascara mascara
  • le fond de teint foundation
  • l’anti-cernes concealer
  • le eye-liner eyeliner
  • le crayon à sourcils eyebrow pencil
  • le baume pour les lèvres lip balm
  • le gloss lip gloss
  • le parfum perfume
  • le visage face
  • les joues cheeks
  • la beauté beauty
  • les produits cosmétiques cosmetics
  • le rouge à lèvres lipstick
  • la crème hydratante moisturizing cream
  • la poudre powder
  • le fard à paupières eyeshadow
  • les faux cils false/fake eyelashes
  • le fard à joues blusher/rouge
  • le crayon à lèvres lip pencil
  • le vernis à ongles nail polish
  • la peau skin
  • les yeux eyes
  • le soin pour la peau skincare
  • le maquilleur makeup artist
  • les marques de maquillage makeup brands
  • Chanel
  • Lancôme
  • Yves Rocher
  • Dior
  • L’oréal
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