Since all the emphasis is on the eyes, lips take a backseat with skin-tone shades. If you have lighter skin, go delicate pink and apricot, while dusty rose and brown-based red lipsticks work well on darker skins. Selina suggests dabbing on the colour with your fingertips to create a softer, more natural effect. As for skin, keep things light and dewy, with only a light dabbing of translucent powder on the T-zone. ‘Contouring wasn’t a thing in the 60s, so perk up the skin with blush applied to the apples of the cheeks,’ says fashion and beauty assistant Nokubonga Thusi. For darker skins, use a redbased or bright pink blush, and paler skin tones can go for delicate pinks and peaches.