Sum­mer Skin

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings - - BIG DAY BEAUTY -

On the cat­walk: Alexan­der Wang’s make-up artist, Diane Ken­dal, said she wanted her mod­els to look like healthy Cal­i­for­nia girls who had just stepped out of the Pa­cific Ocean. And she cer­tainly achieved it—al­though given that the show was tak­ing place in the heart of Brook­lyn, this took some skill. Af­ter us­ing foun­da­tion and con­cealer, she ap­plied a peachy liq­uid blush across the en­tire cheek­bone, a pale pink balm on the lips, and a sparkly loose high­lighter over the brow. Eyes were dusted in nude shades, fin­ished with the gen­tlest flick of mas­cara, and hair was left loose and tou­sled. Down the aisle: Whether your wed­ding is on a beach in Phuket, in a church in Italy or at a five-star ho­tel in Hong Kong, laid­back, nat­u­ral make-up is al­ways a win­ner—and it works with the loos­est of Boho dresses and the most dra­matic of gowns. Al­ways start with a primer, liq­uid foun­da­tion and high­lighter pen, and go for a trial be­fore­hand to find the ex­act shade of peach blush to match your skin tone. Go a lit­tle heav­ier on the mas­cara for the pho­tos and add some sparkly ac­ces­sories to those loose beach locks. The tools: Chanel Pal­ette Essen­tielle in Rose Pé­tale; Sis­ley Phyto-Blanc Cush­ion Foun­da­tion.

Phyto-Blanc Cush­ion Foun­da­tion, Sis­ley

Pal­ette Essen­tielle in Rose Pé­tale, Chanel

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