THE FIN­ISH LINE

Beau­ti­ful skin con­tin­ues its sev­eral-sea­son-strong reign in the spot­light. Lit from within or freshly scrubbed? Dealer’s choice.

Elle (Canada) - - Beauty -

“The beauty and sim­plic­ity of re­ally per­fect-look­ing nat­u­ral skin. Raw re­al­ism. Hand­some

heroes. Re­born skin.” – MAKEUP ARTIST VAL GAR­LAND FOR

M.A.C AT GI­AMBAT­TISTA VALLI

BARE IT ALL & BE­FRIEND HIGH­LIGHTS like makeup artist Pat McGrath, who used a lu­miniz­ing foun­da­tion to create what she dubbed “the be­gin­ning of glam­our” at Vic­to­ria Beck­ham. She ap­plied clear lip balm to mod­els’ lips and a touch of black mas­cara to the roots of their lashes. Also spied at Ralph Lauren, Michael Kors, Pra­bal Gu­rung and Alexan­der McQueen. LOOK­ING LIKE YOU TRIED IS A NO- GO ZONE, ac­cord­ing to makeup artist Diane Kendal, who mois­tur­ized and evened out mod­els’ skin at Thakoon but didn’t make them look too pol­ished. (Think of that small win­dow of time when you leave the gym with clean—but still flushed—skin.) As seen at Burberry Prorsum, Vera Wang, Nar­ciso Ro­driguez and Cos­tume Na­tional. TOP NEWS Cus­tomize your cover-up: Use pow­der and foun­da­tion only where you need it. Dust high­lighter on cheek­bones or brush sheer shim­mer­ing shad­ows over your eye­lids. All you re­ally need to know: Don’t mask who you are.

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