8 Beauty Looks We’re Loving This Month
Alessandra Ambrosi0, Patrick Ta
The Look: Statement-Making Lipstick
How To Create: This deep, red wine lip is perfect for autumn and was applied using Pat McGrath’s LuxeTrance Lipstick in Major Red. For the rest of the face, Patrick used Crème de la Mer’s Soft Fluid Foundation and played with eyeshadows from Desi & Katy’s Friendcation Palette to keep the rest of the look neutral and pared back. Finally, brows were sculpted with a new product from Nilam Holmes in the US, but you can recreate the same effect with any good pencil or brow gel.
Betina Goldstein, Khaite SS20 Nails
The Look: Micro French Manicure
How To Create: Delicate French manicures were spied everywhere backstage for SS20, but this is by far our favourite. Created by Betina Goldstein, she used Essie’s sheer polish Mademoiselle as a glossy base, before using a super fine brush dipped in white paint for the curved tips. It looks intricate, but it’s surprisingly easy to recreate – make sure you keep the white lines as thin as possible. If you don’t have a thin brush to hand, orange sticks work just as well when it comes to drawing on sharp, defined lines.
Camilla Morrone, Kale Teter
The Look: French Girl Chic
How To Create: Kale gave away no clues as to the products he used here, but one thing we do know, it was all Chanel beauty. Try sculpting these eye flicks with Chanel’s Crayon Precision Eye Definer – it comes with a blender on one side that you can use to add in the same precision and definition. For lips, play with Chanel’s Rouge Coco Flash in Boy – as far as we can tell, it’s almost identical in colour and has a soft dry down that’s matte, but never cakey
Dani Witt, Morgane Martini
The Look: Sugary, Pink Tones
How To Create: This look was brought to life by the new Marc Jacobs Lust & Stardust collection. Morgane used a wash of its See Quins Glam Glitter Shadow over the lids, and tapped into the inner and outer corners. Lips were layered with Marc Jacobs’ new Dazzling Gloss Lip Lacquer to tie in the look as a whole. If double shimmer (eyes and lids) is too much, try it on the lids as an entry point, or press just a little on top of normal matte lipstick for something a bit different.
Hailey Bieber, Katie Jane Hughes
The Look: Seriously Glossy Skin
How To Create: While Katie labelled this link on Instagram ‘Smokey Pinks’, we’re all about those glossy, statement-making cheeks. To get a similar sheeny finish, try keeping actual base make-up to a minimum by using Glossier’s Stretch Concealer on the areas that need it most – the formula is creamy and spreadable enough to easily double-up as foundation. Go over the cheeks, and any areas you want to highlight, with MAKE Beauty’s Dew Pot, using your fingers to tap it on gently for that unbeatable glow. To get a similar eye colour, look to MAC’s Dusk Rose Palette. Brimming with almost exact-match shades, you’ll have this look mastered in no time.
India Alexandria, Vivi's Make-up
The Look: Wet-Look Blush & Boy Brows
How To Create: This look is all about working with the skin, before applying the product on top for best results. Make-up master Vivi used both Skin Republic’s Prep & Prime Sheet Mask and Danessa Myricks Beauty Oil on the skin pre-make-up to start building a plump, radiant glow. She then buffed in Tom Ford’s Traceless Perfection Foundation before brushing on Benefit’s Benetint for that pretty pink sheen. (If you’re keen to see it being applied, Vivi demos the whole look on Instagram.) Finally, brows were swept into place with Blink Brow Bar’s Clear Gel for natural, sculpted arches that we’re obsessed by.
Lucy Boynton, Kay Montano
The Look: Cherry-Kissed Lips
How To Create: While we love those edgy cat flicks, it’s the lips that caught our attention. Kay used Chanel’s Rouge Allure Liquid Powder in Volupté for this look. When you squeeze the colour out, it looks quite punchy, but when dabbed on with fingers, it dries down to a more muted, wearable flush of colour that creates a feathered finish – ideal for making smaller lips appear bigger.
Shay Mitchell, Patrick Ta
The Look: Earthy Neutrals
How To Create: Softly bronzed from lids to cheeks and lips, this subtly sculpted look is incredibly wearable and especially flattering to those with darker tones. While Patrick used his new blusher (details are yet to be revealed), you can recreate the flush with a NARS Luster Blush, which he’s previously stated is often in his kit for its suits-all shade. As for the lids, invest in a palette that houses several shades, like Morphe’s 350 Colour Matte Glow Palette. That way, you can build and mix the colours at will, just like Patrick has here. Finally, replicate the lip with Clinique’s new Pop Lip Blush Lipstick in 07 – a glossy, full-bodied nude that doesn’t flake or go dry.
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