MAKEOVER: YIN AND YANG

THIS COLOUR-BLOCK­ING STYLE IS THE PER­FECT WAY TO MAKE A STATE­MENT ON ANY OC­CA­SION.

Female (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS -

In­cor­po­rate colour-block­ing to your eye makeup with tips from this look cre­ated by Ben­e­fit.

Step 1: Start by fill­ing in the nat­u­ral shape of your eye­brows, start­ing from the tail work­ing towards the front so you can con­trol the in­ten­sity. Step 2: With a navy blue eye­liner, draw a block from the in­ner cor­ner towards the mid­dle of your eye and colour it in. Con­tinue the shape with a green liner and end it with a winged tip. Step 3: Then, us­ing a sharp red, draw a line par­al­lel to the wing and ex­tend it even fur­ther. Here’s a tip: you can even use a red lip­stick and a fine brush to achieve this! Step 4: Con­tour un­der­neath the cheek­bones, along the tem­ples and jaw­line with cool-toned shades of bronzer to mimic the nat­u­ral shad­ows on your face.

I was not ex­pect­ing this look when I thought of colour-block­ing but I love how it in­cor­po­rated my sig­na­ture cat-eye with a bold hue at the ends. It some­how re­minds me of a war­rior princess!

– Kay­ley Chai, Stu­dent

1 BEN­E­FIT PRE­CISELY, MY BROW PEN­CIL IN 3.5, RM117 2 THEY’RE REAL! RED ON!, RM993 THEY’RE REAL! PUSH-UP LINER IN BEYOND BLUEAND BEYOND GREEN, RM125 EACH4 HOOLA MATTE BRONZER, RM1505 HELLO HAPPY SOFT BLUR FOUN­DA­TION IN 3, RM141

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