THE BEAUTY EDIT
Our Deputy Style Editor Daniela has the tips, tricks and product news to keep you looking gorgeous
Make-up artist to Adele, Michael Ashton (left), shares his know-how on ma: feline flicks. He says: “Product layering is key. I outline the shape with a gel liner first Then, starting from the inner corners of the eyes, draw a fine line along the lash line, building thickness gradually.
Layer a waterproof liquid liner with a fine tip on top to intensify the look, and finish by winging the outer corners.â€
Aside from giving hair texture, minus any crunch or grittiness, this light spray laced our locks with a fab fruity scent. Also, it’s not too sticky, so we could use it daily without having to wash our hair every day.
PUMPS UP VOLUME
If you’re looking for a texture spray to hold volume and shape, make this your go-to. It was great for encouraging big hair to stay big!
A party kit must.
Just one spritz added volume and a cool bedhead texture, while it also rejuvenated day-old greasy hair without leaving the chalky white residue you often get from dry shampoos.
A multitasking quick-fix saviour.
Make-up mishaps donâ€™t just happen to us mere mortals, but celebs too! Make sure you donâ€™t get caught out with heavy undereye concealer or uneven foundation (like poor Amy and Nadine!) this party season. MAC Senior Artist Dominic Skinner says: â€œA concealer highlighter under the eyes can look stark in photos. To prevent this, use a loose powder in one or two shades lighter than your skin tone instead of concealer and blend smoothly – try MAC Mineralize Loose Powder Foundation. Picking the perfect foundation can also be tricky. Your skin tone can differ dramatically so test the shade against your cheeks and jawline – and always in daylight. If youâ€™re unsure about the lighting in a store, ask for a sample to take home. For even coverage, mix a drop of moisturiser into your foundation and apply to your ears and neck.â€