The trade

Aquarius - - BEAUTY -

Makeup artist Kate Ran­dall gives four read­ers a fresh new look and shares some great tips on how to make the most of your best fea­tures (and how to min­imise your worst ones)


“I have been do­ing the same look for over a decade and wanted a dif­fer­ent look and to try some­thing new. Kate helped me to move out of my com­fort zone and ex­per­i­ment with colours that I would have never “I left Rozina’s eye­brows nat­u­ral as they were thick and dark al­ready. But I did sug­gest she shorten the outer length a lit­tle. You can work out the ideal length of your eye­brows by run­ning an imag­i­nary straight line from the edge of your nose, past the outer cor­ner of your eye. Eye­brows are very im­por­tant be­cause they can also make your nose ap­pear nar­rower or thicker – the closer your brows are to each other, the nar­rower your nose ap­pears and vice versa. They used to say to run an imag­i­nary line from your nos­tril past the in­ner cor­ner of your eye to find where your brow should start. But if you have a nat­u­rally wide nose, the gap be­tween your brows will be too nar­row and look odd. So use com­mon sense. used. I re­ally loved what she did with my eyes – she cre­ated a look that was ex­otic and beau­ti­ful! I have tried to recre­ate the look at home since then, but with blues in­stead of green. It was an amazing ex­pe­ri­ence and I got a lot of re­ally use­ful point­ers from Kate. “I chose a li­pliner the same as her nat­u­ral lip colour and ap­plied it all over her lips, top­ping it off with a nat­u­ral-colour lip­stick to give a fresh, yet de­fined, look. “Rozina wanted to freshen up her look. She said she al­ways wore dark red lips and tra­di­tional kohl eye­liner. I wanted to try to give her a softer look all round and I wanted to take ad­van­tage of her large eyelids by us­ing colour. I used a light eye primer first to cre­ate a blank can­vas to paint on to. Us­ing a light base makes colours pop.

Eyes Face Lips

Kate Ran­dall Artist by trade, Kate has had a pas­sion for makeup since she was young. She has a keen in­ter­est in teach­ing women how to use makeup to cre­ate the face shape and the fea­tures they want. Fol­low her on Face­book (K.T. Ran­dall Makeup) and In­sta­gram (@k_t_ran­dall). For de­tails on book­ing a makeover, or a makeup les­son email ktr@3ran­ Fash­ion Fever eye­shadow pal­ette 09 (green) Mac eye­shadow in navy blue Lancôme Hyp­nose mas­cara Ur­ban De­cay eye­shadow primer po­tion, Eden Il­la­masqua Pre­ci­sion Gel Eye­liner, In­fin­ity Bio­derma Sébium Mat Mois­tur­is­ing Mat­ti­fy­ing Fluid Laura Mer­cia Foun­da­tion Primer Blem­ish-less Il­la­masqua Rich Liq­uid Foun­da­tion Barry M Chisel Cheeks Con­tour­ing Kit Bodyo­g­ra­phy Creme Blushm, Dahlia Laura Mercier Translu­cent Loose Set­ting Pow­der Kylie Cos­met­ics Candy K lip liner Pal­la­dio Herbal Matte Lip­stick, Re­gal Cafe

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