Stefania Ivanescu, by Claudia Neacsu
Top Tips: To recreate the same rich lip seen here, start by applying colour straight from the bullet to define lips and sculpt your shape. Then, take your ring finger and use it to push the colour in, taking it slightly outside of the natural lip line for the same full effect. As for eyes, keep mascara to a minimum, focusing a small amount on the outer lashes for the same ‘just-tinted' look.
Top Tips: Warm up the cheeks with a coral-toned bronzer, then enhance them by using a subtle, liquid highlight beneath the cheekbones for a soft contour. Take a little down the bridge of the nose too, like Claudia did here, to pull everything together. If you want to replicate the glossy décolletage, take a regular make-up brush and buff in some body highlighter all over to sculpt and define your bone structure – it will catch the light beautifully.
Tsheca White, by Gucci Westman
Top Tips: Make-up artist Gucci Westman shared all her tips for this look on roseinc.com, where she recommended contouring the eye socket with a taupe tone before layering up eyeshadow. This gives the lids a nude base for the shadow to adhere to, as well as extra depth. Lids were then layered with the chocolate-toned shadow from her Eye Pod in Les Jours (coming to the UK soon) before she used a black liner to complete the look.
Top Tips: Keep the focus firmly on the eyes by paring back the rest of your make-up, like Gucci did here. Layer a soft, cream blush onto the cheekbones and the apples of the cheeks. A cream formula will give you the same dewy effect without looking too shiny or wet – use a brush to apply, and keep your layers light for a soft finish.
Lara Berge, by Serena Wyllie
Top Tips: Keep cheeks and lips neutral with a subtle tint, like Serena did here, along with a light contour on the edges of the cheekbones. Layer a nude liner and gloss onto lips for a pinky pout, using your finger to blend the two together and push the product in for maximum staying power.
Top Tips: To get this glossy sheen, apply a liquid highlighter (with minimal shimmer) to the skin before your foundation. This will allow the dewy glow to come through your base and catch the light – think cheekbones, the nose and brow bone – subtly throughout the day. Doing it this way round makes the radiance appear more natural.