I ADORN YOU

Marie Claire (Malaysia) - - Beauty -

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.

Rhine­stones

Dried Flow­ers

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