BOLD BUR­GUNDY

WHO SAID REDS SHOULD ONLY BE WORN ON YOUR LIPS? ROCK ‘EM ON YOUR EYES AND YOU’LL BE FLAUNT­ING THAT SUL­TRY LOOK FOR DAYS.

Female (Malaysia) - - MAKEOVER -

Step 1: Pat a shim­mery cop­per eye­shadow on the cen­tre of your lids then apply a deep bur­gundy on the outer cor­ners of your eyes, blend­ing out­wards to form a ‘V’. Step 2: Tight­line your eyes with eye­liner and fix some falsies on, then bind them with your nat­u­ral lashes by ap­ply­ing mas­cara, wig­gling the wand from the roots to tips. 1 EL­IZ­A­BETH AR­DEN BEAU­TI­FUL COLOR HIGH IN­TEN­SITY LIQ­UID EYE­LINER IN 01 JET BLACK, RM112

2 BEAU­TI­FUL COLOR RADIANCE BLUSH IN 08

TEAROSE, RM152

3 BEAU­TI­FUL COLOR EYE SHADOW TRIO IN 05

YOU HAD ME AT MERLOT, RM137

4 STAND­ING OVA­TION MAS­CARA IN BLACK, RM127 Step 3: Sweep on a dusty pink blusher on the ap­ples of your cheeks towards the ears for a nat­u­ral flush and the il­lu­sion of more de­fined cheek­bones. Step 4: Com­plete the look with an om­bré brick-hued pout. Start by out­lin­ing your lips with a lip pencil or lip brush for a pre­cise and crisp line be­fore fill­ing it in.

My go-to makeup look has al­ways been bronzy eyes and a nude lip. Ex­per­i­ment­ing with hues isn’t ex­actly my forte so I tend to stay away from it. It’s re­fresh­ing to see that I can pull off red tones with­out look­ing like a com­plete mess. Plus, I love how it makes my eyes pop! – Raja Kathryna As­rolf, Graphic de­signer

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