The key to wear­ing this sum­mer’s op­u­lent jewel-like shades? Act au­da­cious. For­tune favours the bold.

Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents - By EU­GE­NIE KELLY Pho­tographed by PIERRE TOUSSAINT Styled by NAOMI SMITH

Kakuyasu Uchi­ide de­fines sum­mer’s pal­ette.

As sure as the first frangi­pa­nis bloom, that early spurt of hot days ush­ers in another rite: that of your sum­mer­time self beck­on­ing from in­side your makeup bag. You’re prob­a­bly think­ing bronzed skin and an ar­ray of punchy brights tick all the boxes, right? Not this sea­son. Take a break from tra­di­tion and turf the tan­ger­ine — and in­stead, get in­spired by the rich and sump­tu­ous new op­tions on of­fer. But how does one wear these un-sea­son­ally-ap­pro­pri­ate op­tions and avoid look­ing over­done? Use the looks and tips on these pages, cour­tesy of makeup ex­traor­di­naire and Shu Ue­mura in­ter­na­tional artis­tic direc­tor Kakuyasu Uchi­ide, as in­spi­ra­tion, of course.

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