When Freshlady Meets 18th-Century Rococo Art
Concept of the product: It is inspired by the Rococo and Baroque art style. The Baroque art style is more solemn and passionate, while Rococo is more delicate, soft, and magnificent. There are three collections: Back to Versailles, Eyes Feel Rococo, and Eyes Meet Rococo.
In summary, Baroque art has some characteristics as follows: firstly, it has luxurious features, it has both religious features and hedonistic colors; secondly, it is a passionate art, it breaks rational tranquility and harmony, has strong romanticism, and emphasizes the rich imagination of the artist; thirdly, it strongly emphasizes, movement, movement, and change can be said to be the soul of Baroque art; fourthly, it is very Baroque art emphasizes the comprehensive means of art forms, such as architecture, sculpture, painting, etc. In addition, Baroque art also absorbed some factors and imagination from literature, drama, music, and other fields; sixthly, it has a strong religious color, and religious themes occupy a dominant position in Baroque art; seventhly, most of the Baroque artists had a tendency to be far away from life and times, such as in some zenith paintings, the human figure became insignificant as some flower patterns.
The rococo style also extends from pure decorative art in architectural design to painting. Rococo painters chose light and vivid colors and delicately curved compositions and liked to use cherubic cherubs and love myths to decorate the atmosphere of the painting, making the picture beautiful and mysterious.
The Rococo style is meticulously expressed in portraits; instead of gods, saints or knights, people in the paintings are court courtiers, nobles, etc. The colors are meticulous and light, and the figures are slender. Some portraits also show that the aesthetics of the time began to leave the ideological direction of religion and state; they no longer showed the dignity and sanctity of the figures but began to show a little impurity and immorality. Rococo landscape paintings are idyllic, mostly depicting aristocratic men and women leisurely swimming in the mountains.
BACK TO VERSAILLES
“Back to Versailles” lens’s design merges the masculine of Baroque art and the Feminine of Rococo art, delivering a noble and powerful yet elegant feeling.
These exquisite lenses feature a 6-layer color block design, with the base colors of Russet brown, Emerald green, Royal Blue, and Slate grey.
The vivid curved lines spread from the center to the dark limbal ring, transitioning from golden brown to pastel white tone, giving a strong sense of impact, creating drama and tension with a touch of elegance at the same time, as if it is in your eyes a gorgeous opera-ballet was staged in the 18th century!
EYES FEEL ROCOCO
“Eyes Feel Rococo” lenses merge the graceful and ornate Rococo style with the human iris design of the contact lenses. Making the lines of the human iris softer and more curving like the vivid floral patterns. Featuring misty ivory white and warm pastel color tones, giving it a sweet, lovely, and approachable feel.
EYES MEET ROCOCO
“Eye meets Rococo” merges the graceful and ornate Rococo style with the human iris design of the contact lenses. The lines of the human iris look softer and more curving like the vivid floral patterns. It features misty ivory white and warm pastel color tones, giving it a sweet, lovely, and approachable feeling.