FROM RUN­WAY TO THE STREET

WHO DOESN’T LOVE A STATE­MENT EYE­SHADOW ES­PE­CIALLY IF IT’S A FUN, COLOUR­FUL CUT CREASE LOOK LIKE THIS? WE GOT A READER TO TRY IT OUT!

Female (Malaysia) - - MAKEOVER -

I’ve never tried a cut crease eye­shadow look be­fore as I didn’t think that it would look good on my eye shape. But once I saw it, I was pleas­antly sur­prised as it not only opened up my eyes but also en­hanced their al­mond shape!

– Kelly Lim, Stu­dent

Step 1: Be­gin with a wash of pink shadow all over your eye­lids and close to the brows. Deepen your outer ‘V’ area with a dark pur­ple shade, ex­tend­ing to the lower lash lines. Step 2: With a pur­ple eye­liner, draw an out­line on the socket of the eye, start­ing from the in­ner cor­ner and flick­ing it out at the ends. Re­peat on the other side. Step 3: Con­tour un­der­neath your cheek­bones be­fore ap­ply­ing blusher on the ap­ples of your cheeks, sweep­ing it back to­wards your ears. Step 4: Com­ple­ment the look with a soft pink lip­stick that re­sem­bles your nat­u­ral lip colour. Go for a matte fin­ish for a long-last­ing ef­fect.

1 DIOR BACK­STAGE FACE & BODY FOUN­DA­TION IN 1.5N, RM155 2 DIORSHOW ON STAGE LINER IN 176 MATTE PUR­PLE, RM122 3 BACK­STAGE GLOW FACE PAL­ETTE IN UNI­VER­SAL 001, RM188 4 ROUGE BLUSH IN 047 MISS, RM1735 AD­DICT LAC­QUER STICK IN 550, RM133

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