BEAUTY TREND

Con­sid­ered to be the most OP­TI­MISTIC fash­ion trend of the SS17 shows in New York, Milan, Paris and Lon­don, YEL­LOW is mak­ing a ma­jor come­back, and we show you how to make it work for all skin tones

Marie Claire (South Africa) - - SEPTEMBER CONTENTS -

Yel­low make-up has taken the run­way by storm

GET THE LOOK SKIN TONE

Yel­low is a vi­brant colour and to get the most out of it you need to en­sure you choose a shade that com­ple­ments your skin tone. Mus­tard and deep yel­lows com­ple­ment both dark and light skin tones best, while pas­tel yel­lows work bet­ter on fairer skin types. Medium-to-olive skin tones should stick to bright and vi­brant yel­lows.

EYES

Don’t be afraid to play with colour. Go bright and bold with your eye­shadow. Try [1] MAC Eye Shadow X 9/Tropic Cool Times Nine in Lemon Rush R590 or [4] INGLOT Free­dom Sys­tem Eye­shadow #60 R89 for an in­tense pig­mented ef­fect. Ap­ply hap­haz­ardly over the lids for a fun and dra­matic ef­fect. Add a touch of shiny gloss with [2] MAC Yel­low Jacket Lip­glass R230 for a sleek look. To cre­ate a geo­met­ric ef­fect, use [3] MAC Colour Play Chro­ma­graphic Pen­cil in Pri­mary Yel­low R250.

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