Do It L e A P Charli’s make-up artist, Colby Smith, shows how to ex­per­i­ment with colours for first-timers.

CLEO (Malaysia) - - THE BEAUTY BOX -

so well for me as there are 20 dif­fer­ent shades so I can re­ally play around with var­i­ous tex­tures and dif­fer­ent colours, de­pend­ing on how I feel when I wake up in the morn­ing. It is su­per fun! You put up a re­ally en­er­getic and pow­er­ful per­for­mance on stage. How well do these lin­ers with­stand the heat and ac­tion when you are per­form­ing? This prod­uct is truly tai­lored to per­form. It is per­fect for me. I love to run wild when I am on stage, and these eye­lin­ers can han­dle all that. Plus, the dif­fer­ent colours mean I can re­ally switch it up on tour all the time. Use the pen­cil on the lower wa­ter­line for sub­tle colour. Try M-92, a soft pas­tel pur­ple, to brighten the eyes. Ap­ply a bright green like 1-34 to the in­ner cor­ner of the eye for a bit of colour with­out be­ing too over­pow­er­ing.

Twenty shades... Be still our beat­ing hearts.

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