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From sultry, smokey eyes to rich, red pouts and flushed, creamy skin, these are the beauty looks we’re coveting this month. Fancy trying one out yourself? Here’s how to replicate them, whatever your budget…
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Veridiana Assuncao, By Oksana Deneka


Top Tip: For lasting results and full impact, trace a liner along your natural lip line, softening the edge with your finger, before filling in. Dust powder over the top to lock in the colour, then add your chosen lipstick with a brush. Blot and reapply.


Top Tip: For this look, well-groomed, but natural-looking brows are as important as statement lips. Keep your arches neat and tidy with a clear gel, working outwards to the tip before returning to the inner part, if needed. You can always add extra definition with a powder or pencil.

Karlolina Kurkova, By Kale Teter


Top Tip: Set aside your black liner in favour of smokey, pink grey tones. While gel and liquid liners are long-lasting, eyeshadows work just as well and often provide a softer finish. Dampen the eyeshadow to use it as an eyeliner – it will flow better over fine lines, not to mention blend seamlessly for a smoked out finish. 


Top Tip: Highlighter is a key tool for this high-shine look. Dab a little underneath the arch of your brows to lift them and make your eyes appear wider. Add a touch above your cupid’s bow to make your lips appear fuller, and finally, mix a little in with your foundation for all-over luminosity.

Doutzen Kroes, By Hung Vanngo


Top Tip: To replicate this rich, bronzed eye, start by using a lighter shade all over the lids before going in with a darker tone. This will prevent the tone from looking too flat. Always apply at the point where you want the darkest colour, whether that’s at the root of the lashes or the crease of the socket line, and then blend. Start building from there with copper tones, keeping a lighter highlight at the inner corner. Don’t be afraid to mix textures like Hung did here – matte and frost work well together, while shimmery powders can be blended over for a glossy finish. If you have one to hand, use a smaller round brush to add a little of your darkest colour in the hollows of your eye socket, blending to the outer corners, and blurring the edges for a smouldering effect. 


Top Tip: Matte skin is the order of the day here. For the same airbrushed finish, use a fine layer of powder over your foundation to set everything in place – this will also provide the perfect canvas for applying powder blush or bronzer so it doesn't turn patchy. Always make sure to use loose powder instead of pressed, as the latter could end up ageing you. 

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