Cran­berry Eyeshadow

Herworld (Singapore) - - BEAUTY - – KT PHO­TOG­RA­PHY KEN­NETH WONG, AS­SISTED BY HIFZHAN/STILLS NET­WORK MAKEUP WEE MING, US­ING SHU UE­MURA MODEL TALIA/MAN­NEQUIN

Red can make you look like you have an eye in­fec­tion. Pur­ple’s a lit­tle too vampy. But mix th­ese two and you get cran­berry, which flat­ters Asian skin so much more. Why? The cooler tone bal­ances out yel­low un­der­tones, mak­ing you look less sal­low.

The fool­proof shade is a shim­mery plum, says Sarah Tanno, Marc Ja­cobs Beauty’s global artistry am­bas­sador and Lady Gaga’s makeup artist. The brand’s O!mega Shadow Gel Pow­der Eyeshadow in O!Yeah is such a shade. “Blend the colour with your fin­ger­tips from the eye­lid to the crease, then line your wa­ter­line in black or brown to add def­i­ni­tion so you won’t look like you’ve been cry­ing,” she says.

If you like a sweeter, more sub­tle look, go for a cool dusty rose. Want to make a stronger state­ment? Try a deeper pur­plish-bur­gundy. Cran­berry works on both eyes and lips, which also makes for a trendy mono­chrome look. For a list of cran­berry eye­shad­ows to buy, go to our dig­i­tal edi­tion.

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