High­light­ing

Women's Health (South Africa) - - IN YOUR 20S, ZONE IN ON... IN YOUR 30S, ZONE IN ON -

“If I don’t ac­cen­tu­ate those high sur­faces on my face, it feels very flat. I need to high­light be­cause the con­trast gives my face di­men­sion and height­ens my com­plex­ion, oth­er­wise it looks dull. It also helps me look more ra­di­ant and just gives a sharper look. Be­sides high­lighter, the sec­ond thing I feel com­pletes my face are lashes. To the point where I could go out with just lashes, a good brow and some high­lighter – not even foun­da­tion. Those three el­e­ments just com­plete a look for me. Pro­vided that you have good skin – hav­ing good skin and tak­ing care of it is vi­tal. I can­not be­gin to tell you how much power make-up has. I grew up in a house­hold full of make-up and mag­a­zines – my mother has been a makeup artist for over 30 years. I’ve watched her trans­form some peo­ple not only phys­i­cally, but also with the feel­ing they get when they look at their face af­ter get­ting their makeup done. I have seen what make-up can do for one’s self-es­teem. It’s a seem­ingly su­per­fi­cial thing, but it has the power to change some­one’s per­spec­tive of them­selves – pos­i­tively.” Ler­ato Seuoe, 30, beauty ed­i­tor

I have seen what make-up can do for one’s self-es­teem. It has the power to change some­one’s per­spec­tive of them­selves – pos­i­tively.

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