On the catwalk: From Brock Collection’s clouds of rose around the eyes to the dramatic blush draping techniques at Valentino, shimmering pink peepers were everywhere this season. At Valentino, Pat McGrath used an airy candy-pink shade on the eyelid, outer half of the crease and the brow bone, lightening it towards the temples and top of the cheekbone so it bloomed across half the face. The effect was startlingly pretty, with a theatrical feel. A touch of pink eyeshadow was also spotted at Marco de Vincenzo, Alberto Zambelli and Sophia Webster.
The tools: Nars Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Cassiopeia; Clé de Peau Beauté Powder Eye Color Solo in 202 or Cream Eye Color Solo in 302.
Down the aisle: While every bride fears having actual pink eye on the big day, a touch of pink eyeshadow is often lovely. Pink is at the heart of most bridal beauty routines: ballet slipper-coloured nails, rosy lip balm, cream blusher… So adding pink on the eyes is the next logical step. Start with a dusting on the eyelid, switching to gold in the crease and on the brow bone. Finish with lots of mascara and a matching pink lipstick.
Dual-Intensity Eyeshadow in Cassiopeia, Nars
Powder Eye Color Solo in 202 (top) or Cream Eye Color Solo in 302, Clé de Peau Beauté