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CINDY CRAW­FORD

The su­per­mod­els ruled the Nineties and none more so than the im­pos­si­bly glamorous Cindy Craw­ford, whose sul­try, nude-toned beauty changed the way women every­where wanted to look. 1Su­per­model

skin needs to look flaw­less. Prep your face with a BB cream or balm, then blend a full­cov­er­age foun­da­tion all over with a foun­da­tion brush. Set with loose or pressed translu­cent pow­der for a per­fectly matt look. 2Work

a nude-toned shadow all over the eyelid to tone down any red­ness, then blend a taupe or cap­puc­cino-toned eye­shadow with a round fluffy brush into the crease with a wind­screen-wiper mo­tion, from the outer to the in­ner cor­ner. 3Us­ing

a dark brown eye pen­cil, line your up­per and lower wa­ter­line, smudg­ing a lit­tle un­der the lower lashes to define the eye. If you’re han­ker­ing af­ter a Cindy C beauty spot, this is the time to do it – make a dot over the far left cor­ner of the mouth and set with a dust­ing of loose pow­der. 4Curl

your eye­lashes, then ap­ply two coats of vo­lu­mis­ing mas­cara for a full, fat flut­ter. 5Fol­low

with a matt bronzer to con­tour. Suck in your cheeks to find the hol­lows, then ap­ply the bronzer along the cheek­bones to­wards the tem­ples, blend­ing out­wards so there are no harsh lines. Re­peat for ex­tra im­pact. 6Strong

brows are key to this look. If yours are a lit­tle sparse or fair, use a soft brown brow pen­cil to fill in any gaps and brush through with brow gel to set. 7A

neu­tral-toned li­pliner was es­sen­tial to ev­ery Nineties su­per­model’s make-up kit. Care­fully draw around the lips, fol­low­ing the nat­u­ral li­pline, or slightly out­side it to give the il­lu­sion of a fuller pout, then softly blend the line, then fill in us­ing a lip brush with a pinky-nude lip­stick.

Chanel Eye­shadow

Quad Dh259, Harvey Nichols Make Up For Ever Rouge Artiste Lip­stick In­tense Num­ber 2 in Or­ange Pink Dh105

MAC Li­pliner in Spice Dh85

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