Add intrigue and dimension to eyes by double lining in black and white liner. Skin is quenched by moisture for a radiant glow.
Necklace and rings, H&M
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Both lids and lips are doused with a juicy sheen. Layer gloss over color to add dimension or apply on it’s own to highlight skin’s natural luster.
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The wet makeup look is a lot easier to pull off than it seems even on dry land. Here’s how.
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Sweep eggplant or plum shadow onto eyelids and blend oxblood shadow onto the crease. Finish with a layer of clear lip gloss on the lids. Makeup artist Archibald Tolentino suggests a waterproof cream-based shadow to keep the clear gloss overlay transparent and not muddy.‚
Laura Mercier Creme Smooth Lip Colour in Biscotti, P1,250.
Bobbi Brown Long-wear Cream Shadow Stick in Violet Plum, P1,650.
Lock in moisture with a nourishing face cream. Apply a luminous-finish liquid foundation on dark circles and T-zone for a natural, dewy complexion. Line bottom waterline with white pencil and beneath lower lash line with black pencil. Blend apricot cream shadow (or lipstick) onto lids and add a layer of clear gloss on top using a small flat shadow brush.
BYS Kohl Eye Liner Pencil in Soft White, P169.
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Refine lips by lining with black pencil. Make sure to blend the edges so the liner is not so stark. Apply a deep eggplant or oxblood matte lipstick. Tolentino’s tip: Liquid lipsticks that dry to a matte finish are great for layering under clear gloss.‚ Brows look as strong as lips when filled with both wax- and powder-based pigment.
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Tightline upper and lower lashes with black liner. Using a small, flat shadow brush, apply clear gloss over eyelids. Tolentino suggests spreading gloss in one direction, using gliding motions to keep the finish smooth and mirror-like. Swipe on matte red lipstick, dabbing gold cream shadow on the inner lips. Finish with gloss.