Cracked lips don’t hold colour. Apply a thick balm for a few minutes then wipe off. Line lips with red pencil to get the perfect shape, then fill in your mouth with the pencil before applying lipstick. When you’re dancing all night, you don’t want to glow for the wrong reasons. But a little highlighter in strategic spots can give you pretty radiance. Here’s how to find your match.
Use liquid for radiance These are great for strobing – a makeup trend that lightens your face without looking like you’ve tried too hard. Use the tiniest amount (about a 10c-coin size) along your cheekbones, chin, the bridge of your nose and under your brows. It really makes your features stand out! Try powder for sheerness After applying foundation, brush a powdered highlighter where the sun would naturally hit your face: your brow bones, forehead, cheekbones and Cupid’s bow to help those features stand out in a fresh way.