Want that your-skin-but-better-glow? Watch this tutorial to see exactly how makeup artist Katie Jane Hughes re-creates Bella's no makeup-makeup look.
It’s not just about the clothes at London Fashion Week, beautiful make-up looks were all over the catwalks. Over five days of reporting backstage and attending fashion shows, one beauty trend stood out in particular: Vibrant orange eyes were everywhere, ranging from a subtle burnt wash over the eye to ladylike coral lids or a bold neon stripe. After to speaking to beauty experts, we discovered orange eyes can be surprisingly wearable, even for those of you who don’t normally wear colour on your eyelids.
We’ve all heard of miracle beauty products that don’t quite live up the hype, but this brow tutorial took a shocking turn for good. Posted on Imgur, user zeldaf takes us through a step-by-step trial of Etude House brow tint gel, a product out of Korea that lets you tint your brows at home. ALSO SEE: Are onions the secret to luscious eyebrows? When she first applies the gel, the look is a little bit terrifying.
The bristle-packed design means the product is perfectly worked into the skin for a seamless look, plus you’ll use less product in the process! A buffing brush is also a useful tool to smooth in foundation as it gets the job done efficiently and quickly. A big, fluffy powder brush Nothing looks worse than caked-on make up. This brush prevents that for happening. The bigger the powder brush, the softer the application is which means that your powder will always look as natural as possible. A small setting brush A soft and fluffy brush is the perfect tool for targeted applications. It’s small size gives you precision so you can lightly dust setting powder under the eyes or add the perfect amount of shimmer to highlight the top of your cheekbones or just under your brow bone A ridiculously soft blusher brush A really soft brush makes it easier to blend everything into the skin.