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“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

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