Work­ing our MAGIC

Good Housekeeping (UK) - - Real Lives -

THE HAIR

Kathryn wanted to keep the length but was happy to have a change in style. Luke at Aveda added in more uni­form lay­ers, which framed her face. A rich chest­nut-coloured veg­etable tint added gloss and shine, while tonal high­lights lift the colour.

THE MAKE-UP

‘To pre­vent colour smudg­ing on hooded eyes, prep lids with an oil-free primer,’ sug­gests Liz. ‘Buff­ing a light shade on to the eye­lid and a deeper tone into the crease gives the il­lu­sion of def­i­ni­tion and makes eyes look big­ger.’ As Kathryn doesn’t usu­ally wear lip­stick, Liz chose a balmy, rose-pink tone that was easy to ap­ply and added a flat­ter­ing plump­ness and colour to her lips. For a state­ment look, man­i­curist Tanya used OPI In­fi­nite Shine in Party at Holly’s, £13.95. This dark, plummy shade cre­ates a fun con­trast to her out­fit.

THE CLOTHES

‘This sea­son, pleated skirts are ev­ery­where, and they’re easy to dress up or down,’ says stylist Emma Big­ger. And the nipped-in waist­band cre­ates a flat­ter­ing sil­hou­ette.

THE RE­SULT

‘I usu­ally scrape my hair into a pony­tail but the lay­ers have given it lots of move­ment; I’ll def­i­nitely wear it down more of­ten. I’m de­ter­mined to be more ex­per­i­men­tal.’ says Kathryn.

BE­FORE

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