Think Pink

Hong Kong Tatler Weddings - - BIG DAY BEAUTY -

On the cat­walk: From Brock Col­lec­tion’s clouds of rose around the eyes to the dra­matic blush drap­ing tech­niques at Valentino, shim­mer­ing pink peep­ers were ev­ery­where this sea­son. At Valentino, Pat McGrath used an airy candy-pink shade on the eye­lid, outer half of the crease and the brow bone, light­en­ing it to­wards the tem­ples and top of the cheek­bone so it bloomed across half the face. The ef­fect was star­tlingly pretty, with a the­atri­cal feel. A touch of pink eye­shadow was also spot­ted at Marco de Vin­cenzo, Al­berto Zam­belli and Sophia Web­ster.

The tools: Nars Dual-In­ten­sity Eye­shadow in Cas­siopeia; Clé de Peau Beauté Pow­der Eye Color Solo in 202 or Cream Eye Color Solo in 302.

Down the aisle: While ev­ery bride fears hav­ing ac­tual pink eye on the big day, a touch of pink eye­shadow is of­ten lovely. Pink is at the heart of most bridal beauty rou­tines: bal­let slip­per-coloured nails, rosy lip balm, cream blusher… So adding pink on the eyes is the next log­i­cal step. Start with a dust­ing on the eye­lid, switch­ing to gold in the crease and on the brow bone. Fin­ish with lots of mas­cara and a match­ing pink lip­stick.

Dual-In­ten­sity Eye­shadow in Cas­siopeia, Nars

Pow­der Eye Color Solo in 202 (top) or Cream Eye Color Solo in 302, Clé de Peau Beauté

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