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 don’t just happen to us mere mortals, but celebs too! Make sure you don’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: âœA 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 you’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