CROSS­ING COLOURS

Beauty is un­done with bold lines painted with reck­less aban­don. A breath of fresh air from the per­fect lines we are used to see­ing, eye­liner is all about deeper im­pact rather than be­ing pic­ture-per­fect

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - BEAUTY -

FILL IN YOUR BROWS WITH A SHADE LIGHTER THAN YOUR NAT­U­RAL COLOUR TO AVOID IT LOOK­ING DRAWN ON

01.

Colour­ing pen­cils

Eyes are high­lighted by just out­lin­ing the eye shape with a coloured pen­cil, start­ing in the crease and not the lash line. Keep the eye­lids clean with a nude, matte eye­shadow.

02.

Brush aside

03.

High­lights

Use a high­lighter on the t-zone to cre­ate di­men­sion. Spritz the face with a fa­cial mist to set make-up and press on to the skin with the palms of your hands to blend and elim­i­nate any signs of a matte nish.

04.

De­con­structed mas­cara Mas­cara is used to frame the eyes by cre­at­ing a clean, al­most baby­doll ef­fect. With this look, only the top lashes are coated with mas­cara. The bot­tom lashes and wa­ter­line should look ‘barely there’, draw­ing at­ten­tion to the up­per lashes and eye crease.

IN­GLOT SPARKLING DUST IN 01

R349

EL­IZ­A­BETH AR­DEN DOU­BLE DEN­SITY IN BLACK R200

LA MER THE MIST 100ML

R1 200

SMASH­BOX AL­WAYS SHARP WA­TER­PROOF KOHL LINER IN VIOLETTA, FRENCH NAVY AND CA­BANA

R270 EACH

MAC 205 MAS­CARA FAN BRUSH

R255

MAC 266 SMALL AN­GLE BRUSH

R255

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