Spring 2019 will be all about glossy skin

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IF THERE was one over­ar­ch­ing beauty trend to come off the Spring/Sum­mer 2019 cat­walks, it was for dewy skin with a su­per­charged glow. Proenza Schouler set the tone in New York, where the mod­els sported shiny com­plex­ions that were com­ple­mented by wet-look hair­styles, mak­ing for an ex­tra dewy look. Style icon and de­signer Alexa Chung picked up the ba­ton in Lon­don, send­ing mod­els down the run­way with com­plex­ions that were buffed, mois­turised and high­lighted to shim­mer­ing per­fec­tion.

Glow­ing skin was also the fo­cus of the beauty looks at Delpozo, where it was matched with groomed brows, at Hus­sein Cha­layan, matched with vivid lip­stick, and at Eudon Choi, where choppy bangs pro­vided con­trast. In Mi­lan, the look was softer, with de­sign­ers opt­ing for a subtler glow.

N.21 put a pol­ished, el­e­gant spin on the nat­u­ral aes­thetic, while plumped, mois­turised com­plex­ions were the only nod to makeup of any sort at An­nakiki. Al­berta Fer­retti kept things fem­i­nine with sun-kissed com­plex­ions with a touch of shim­mer.

Paris took the ap­proach to ex­tremes, with sev­eral de­sign­ers cham­pi­oning the daz­zling com­plex­ion. An­ton Belin­skiy, Gi­ambat­tista Valli and Stella McCart­ney all went to town with the high­lighter, dab­bing it all over the mod­els’ fore­heads, cheek­bones and un­der-eye area for a se­ri­ously lu­mi­nous look, while at Alexan­der McQueen the ap­proach was taken to the next level, with gold-toned high­lighter pro­vid­ing a sun-kissed, disco-ready shim­mer.

Mean­while, re­al­ity TV star Kylie Jen­ner, founder of the Kylie Cos­met­ics beauty brand has reg­is­tered three trade­marks for “Kylie Skin” and “Kylie Skin by Kylie Jen­ner” with the United States Patent and Trade­mark Of­fice, as re­ported by Trade­mark Ninja.

The trade­marks cover prod­ucts such as skin mois­turis­ers, cleansers, ton­ers, fa­cial scrubs and “skin care prepa­ra­tion prod­ucts,” as well as serums, masks and body oils. “Re­tail store ser­vices” also form part of the list.

Jen­ner has yet to con­firm whether a skin­care ven­ture is ac­tu­ally in the pipe­line, but it would be a nat­u­ral pro­gres­sion for the busi­ness­woman, whose Kylie Cos­met­ics brand has achieved global suc­cess since its launch in 2015 as the pur­veyor of the la­bel’s sig­na­ture “Lip Kits.”

The brand has achieved cult sta­tus in the space of a few short years, earn­ing Jen­ner the 27th spot on Forbes’s “Amer­ica’s Rich­est Self-Made Women” list, com­piled ear­lier this sum­mer. The list re­vealed that the star has amassed a US$900 mil­lion for­tune from her on­line makeup brand, which now spans prod­ucts for eyes, lips and face, as well as tools such as makeup brushes.

Jen­ner would not be the first big star to break into skin­care – pop sen­sa­tion Madonna runs the pres­tige beauty brand, MDNA Skin, while Paris Hilton un­veiled her skin­care line, “ProD.N.A.,” ear­lier this sum­mer. – Re­laxnews

Lightly sun-kissed skin at Al­berta Fer­retti.

A high­lighted com­plex­ion at the Alexa

High­lighted skin at Stella McCart­ney.

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