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Look (UK) - - BEAUTY -

In­ter­na­tional make-up artist and Max Fac­tor am­bas­sador Caro­line Barnes ex­plains that brides are mix­ing things up for 2017. She says: ‘We’re see­ing a lot of three-di­men­sional peachy-bronzed skin that catches the light as you move, paired with a soft brown matte eyeshadow, lots of lashes and a matte berry lip. It’s quite con­tem­po­rary, but the con­trast of tex­ture works. Whether you’re go­ing for this year’s trend or play­ing it safe, th­ese are my ul­ti­mate beauty rules…’

DON’T use false lashes for length. In­stead, use them to en­hance thick­ness. Ap­ply lots of in­di­vid­ual lashes and work with the shape of your lashes. If you have them the whole way round your eyes, you can look a bit dolly-fied.

Look loves: nou­veaulashes.com Nou­veau Lashes of­fers both lash ex­ten­sions and LVL, a treat­ment that lifts and tints your nat­u­ral lash so it looks you’re wear­ing the best mas­cara ever.

DON’T rely on one coat of lippy. You want a lip colour that re­ally lasts and ap­ply­ing one thick layer just isn’t go­ing to cut it. You’re much bet­ter off ap­ply­ing a re­ally pig­mented lip­stick, buff­ing it down to noth­ing to cre­ate a great base stain, then ap­ply­ing a mois­tur­is­ing sheer stain on top. Max Fac­tor Lipfin­ity Long Last Lip­stick in ev­er­more Sublime, £8.99, is a very pretty petal pink that can be worn as a stain or full colour. The tex­ture is smooth and long-last­ing, so per­fect for a bride.

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