Tips to look a win­ner this spring rac­ing sea­son

Joondalup Weekender - - Front Page - Sara Fitzpatrick

WEAR­ING what makes you feel com­fort­able is key to look­ing your best dur­ing the Spring Rac­ing Car­ni­val sea­son, says Perth hair and make-up artist Eli­cia Rudd.

“Don't wear a head­piece that you need to take off as soon as you ar­rive at an event and make sure you go for a make-up look that re­quires min­i­mal main­te­nance through the day,” she said.

“Less is more as far as make-up goes, although I do love a bold lip colour to com­ple­ment an out­fit or head­piece.”

Rudd keenly awaits rac­ing sea­son ev­ery year and the glam­our that comes with it.

Pro­vid­ing beauty ex­per­tise to rac­ing events and cam­paigns over the years, she knows what works on the day and what doesn't.

“Rac­ing looks are tra­di­tion­ally very fem­i­nine, so keep this in mind when choos­ing your looks,” Rudd said.

“Keep make-up dewy and glow­ing. Try us­ing cream bronz­ers and blush on the cheeks, and use a brow soap in the brows to brush them up, giv­ing them a softer, fuller look.

“For men, a great suit and good hair­cut are a must. Add a pop of colour and style with a strik­ing tie or pocket square and don't for­get to keep your skin and lips mois­turised too, and use a paste or wax in the hair that gives a styled but nat­u­ral fin­ish.”

Visit www.eli­cia­rose. com.au or In­sta @eli­cia rose­hairand­makeup.

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