FLORAL BLOOMS + ROSE BLUSH
“I love how the colour of my top came to life on my face. It’s such a bold look and not one I’d normally try, but I’d do the eyes and lips again and maybe tone down the blusher”
Look’s Beauty Intern Flora Davies
How To Do It
1 Start by applying a pale pink blush to your cheeks and then gradually add darker shades so you achieve a soft, diffused edge.
2 Use a pink lipstick on your eyelids to create a stronger pigment, then intensify the colour by going over the top with one of your blush shades, so the colour matches your cheeks.
3 Use the same method on your lips as your lids, as this creates the cool matte effect they created on the catwalk.
4 You can add extra glow to your skin by using a strobe cream as your base, but the blush is enough colour so you don’t need bronzer.
5 Finish with mascara and give definition to your brows and you’re good to go.
SPOTTED AT: Byblos
From left: Clinique Blushing Blush Powder Blush, 22;3ina The Lipstick In 105, 4.95; NARS Narsissist Cheek Studio Palette, 49; RMS Highlighter, 30
Above: Dress, 120, Oasis