Harper’s Bazaar (Australia) - - Contents -

The sub­tle lip sta­ple gets a re­set.

The neu­tral lip is al­ways on trend.this sea­son, your favourite creamy matts are joined by for­mu­las with a re­fined hit of sparkle. Here, how to get it right. FIND YOUR PER­FECT SHADE: The key is to pick a colour that’s close to your skin tone but doesn’t match it ex­actly. For ex­am­ple, mod­els on the S/S 2018 run­ways at Tom Ford and Pra­bal Gu­rung wore rosetinged nudes. Go for some­thing with a hint of peach or pink to it, says makeup artist Ricky Wil­son, ad­ding that the look will re­main so­phis­ti­cated if you choose for­mu­las with a metal­lic — rather than an overtly glit­tery — fin­ish. FIRST STEP: Line your lips with pen­cil to de­fine the shape and ex­tend the wear of what­ever gets placed on top. TEX­TURE TRICKS: Makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes is a fan of sem­isheer for­mu­las “be­cause your nat­u­ral lip colour comes through,” she says. When you do go for more opaque tex­tures, steer clear of any­thing with too much white in it, which can look chalky. WEAR WITH: Matt skin and min­i­mal eye makeup. “Have the lip be the fo­cus,” Hughes says.

Tom Ford Lim­ited-edi­tion Ul­tra-rich Lip Color in Bam­bou, $70. M.A.C Daz­zle­glass in Moth to Flame, $40. Smash­box Al­ways On Liq­uid Lip­stick in Dream Huge, $35. Bobbi Brown Crushed Lip Color in Bare, $46. Nars Lip Gloss in Stolen Kisses, $37. May­belline...

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