I ADORN YOU
Face embellishments were spotted on the runway, and we’re just obsessed with the way they look. Tata Naka went for a 1970s flower power vibe with sunshine daisies painted on random sections of the face, as if they were dancing about under the morning sun. The skin was kept fresh and dewy with subtle highlights applied strategically onto the high points of the face. For a more wearable version of this look, paint a flower under each eye using cream eyeshadows and a fine-tipped brush, and keep the flowers small and dainty. Alternatively, you can apply coloured rhinestones onto the centre of your lower lash line using a touch of eyelash glue.
Instead of flowers, makeup artist Kabuki opted for pearls at Manish Arora, which served as “ornamentation on a fresh faced makeup”. Pearls of various sizes were placed onto the centre of the forehead, and all along the temples and cheekbones in a curved C shape. To create an everyday look with pearls, take a chapter from Jonathan Simkhai’s beauty book and only apply a tiny pearl stud onto the inner corner of each eye, like a 3D pearlescent highlight. For extra illumination, line your upper lash line with a shimmery white eyeshadow and tie the whole look together with a delicious shade of burgundy on the lips.