The hot new looks that are so cool

Rutherglen Reformer - - The Powder Room -

I al­ways get a lit­tle buzz of ex­cite­ment when there is a shift in make up trends – it’s great to get the chance to try fresh new looks.

Des­per­ately wait­ing for change, I have been flick­ing through fash­ion mag­a­zines lately try­ing to fig­ure out what the next great looks will be.

At the mo­ment – and this is some­thing I dis­cussed last month – full-on make up is still the must-have look.

If you wear a full face of ex­treme make up all at once you’re pretty much bang on trend.

But as much as it can be ap­plied beau­ti­fully, I don’t ac­tu­ally think it re­ally en­hances the looks of the wearer.

Par­tic­u­larly for young girls head­ing off to Prom, I think it swamps their lovely youth­ful­ness and when they look back on their selfies in years to come I think they’ll agree that it was all too much.

So what are the next big looks, ac­cord­ing to the beauty writ­ers in the mag­a­zines who have their col­lec­tive fin­gers on the fash­ion pulse? foun­da­tion. I hate heavy foun­da­tion so I would be de­lighted to see this look phased out.

If you have good skin, a tinted mois­turiser should be enough.

If you have blem­ished skin then only con­ceal the blem­ishes with a tiny brush and stick to a nat­u­ral foun­da­tion on the rest.

Brow down to great­ness Su­per model Cara Delev­ingne rocks the new funky coloured eye­brows

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