Who else finds it difficult to master the art of getting your cat flicks the same shape?! So let’s not get us started on attempting and failing to do a half decent cut crease. Well, this Insta account totally puts us to shame because the eye art that Lucinda Graham creates is out of this world!
You own more lipsticks than pairs of shoes and your Insta feed is taken up with beauty bloggers and cosmetic brands. Sound familiar? Everyy ultimate beauty addict will know these to be true…
he eyeshadow game is changing RN. Leave the nudes and taupes in your make-up bag this season and instead reach for your blusher. Yes girl, blusher used as eyeshadow is where it’s at and we can’t get enough.
It’s oh so 80s but with a sleeker finish! Sceptical about it? Just check out these babein’ looks from the catwalks.
The make-up game is always changing and sometimes we gotta change with it too! Now that the clocks have officially gone forward, we should (hopefully) be getting better weather. There’s just enough time to get that glo’ for summer! Here’s the trends to try to move your make-up into the new season.
This look is sometimes hard to achieve. You can end up looking less dewy and more oily which is not a look we wanna rock. To steer clear, first set your face with some translucent loose/setting powder and then use some setting spray. Then make sure that highlight is poppin’ and you’re good to go!
This season it’s all about adding a twist to your highlighter. Ditch the golds and bronzes and opt for a more playful pink. This will add subtle warmth to your face and you only needs a small dash on each cheekbone. It’s a perfect combination of blusher and highlighter. Et voila!
Bold lips and eyes are officially a thing and have been all over the catwalk. Get the look by teaming blue and pink with a red lip for the ultimate colour pop, or even a smokey eye for added drama. Perfect for a night out on the town!
Less is more. The minimalistic make-up trend has crept in from the catwalks. Celebs are all over this clean skin look and we’re all after less effort erryday, plus come the hotter weather – your skin will thank you for it. Use concealer sparingly, some lip balm and a light dash of mascara to give a natural glow.