Marie Claire (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

Fall and win­ter may be syn­ony­mous with cold, icy tones, but that doesn’t mean we should forgo colour al­to­gether. It was a cel­e­bra­tion of life and free­dom on the run­ways, with ex­plo­sions of colour, hap­haz­ardly ap­plied in streaks and dashes. The rule of thumb? Any­thing goes, judge­men­tal stares be damned. Jump­ing on the colour block­ing band­wagon was Marco de Vin­cenzo, with a vi­sion of “Ja­panese car­toon meets cool” in mind.

Mark Fast opted for a ‘frozen un­der the rain­bow’ look us­ing frozen pas­tel shades on the eyes. His tip – “don’t over­think it, it should be fun and cre­ative”. Yoji Ya­mamoto was the re­bel­lious child of the lot, with a dash of black paint on one eye, and a streak of red one on the other. Said Pat McGrath of the samu­rai-in­spired look, “There was a time when women wore makeup specif­i­cally to se­duce, and now no one gives a f**k. Now more than ever, we’re wear­ing makeup for no one other than our­selves.”’

Smash­box Al­ways On Liquid Lip­stick in Bawse Ardell Glam­our Wispies False Eye­lashes

Oth­ers: Kenzo, YSL, Os­car de la Renta, Vivienne West­wood, Vanessa Se­ward, By­b­los, Moon Young Hee, Mai­son Margiella, Ryan Lo

Ur­ban De­cay 24/7 Glide-On Eye Pen­cil

MAC Pro Eyes Pal­ette in The Ro­man­tic

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