GET THE LOOK
Ace Australian-born international hair and make-up artist and beauty educator, Angelique Turner, shares her expert tricks on getting your pink look right
Which shades of pink suit which skin tones best?
FAIRER SKIN TONES can work beautifully with baby pinks and subtle pops of hot pink. Avoid brown-toned pinks (darker shades of dusty roses) – depending on the undertone of your skin they can make your skin look dull. MEDIUM SKIN TONES are most versatile. I love using brownbased pinks on medium toned skin. And, if the skin is bronzed then hot pinks can be really fun! DEEPER SKIN TONES should avoid baby pink tones as they often show up on lids and lips as ashy, and washed out. Bright and bold tones look amazing – as do deeper tones of pink berries. My personal favourite pink lipstick is a drug store brand! Soap and Glory have a satin finish shade called Barely Pinking. It’s a beautiful colour and formula – plus it suits pretty much everyone’s skin tone.
Lime Crime Wet Cherry Lip Gloss in Extra Poppin, Dhs99, Namshi.com Tarte Fake Awake Eye Highlight, Dhs97, Sephora Urban Decay Razor Sharp Water-Resistant Longwear Liquid Eyeliner in Junkshow, Dhs104, Sephora Marc Jacobs Beauty Enamored Hydrating Lip Gloss Stick in Sweet Escape, Dhs130, Sephora Sephora Collection Volume On Mascara in Colour 05, Dhs75, Sephora Charlotte Tilbury Wonderglow Primer, Dhs220, Charlotte Tilbury The Dubai Mall Clove + Hallow Conceal + Correct, Dhs66, Cloveandhallow.com Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Matte Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in (Pop)ular, Dhs110, Sephora Kat Von D Everlasting Liquid Lipstick in Backstage Bambi, Dhs110, Sephora Becca Luminous Blush in Foxglove, Dhs164, Sephora
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