Amina Muaddi, by Andreea Ali
Top Tips: To recreate the same dewy base, start off by tapping an illuminating cream onto the highest points of your face, massaging it in as you go for a radiant finish. Start with your eye make-up, too, so you can use your foundation to conceal any errors or product fallout. Smudge a lilac shadow (Natasha Denona’s Lila Palette was used here) all over the lids and into the crease. Elongate the shape of your eye by blending the shadow slightly towards the temples.
Top Tips: Keep cheeks and lips neutral, like Andreea did here, with subtle contour on the edges of the cheekbones. Layer a nude liner and gloss onto lips for a similar pinky pout, using your finger to blend the two together and push the product in for maximum staying power.
Florence Pugh, by Alex Babsky
Top Tips: Creamy, caramel tones are the order of the day for this look. To replicate Florence’s skin, even out tone by using a light, liquid foundation. Add colour and warmth to the centre of the cheeks with a cream bronzer, before setting it with a light, highlighting powder for the same radiant glow.
Top Tips: Match the eyes by applying a matte caramel shadow from the lash line to the socket crease and, using an eyeliner brush, apply a fine line of soft shimmer under the lower lashes and at the inner corners. Blend a darker mocha shade on top of the lids, focusing on the outer corners for the same effect Alex created here. Finish with a light coat of mascara.
Gizele Oliveria, on Skin Types Magazine
Top Tips: This look was all about the eyes, so to replicate, make sure you first spend time perfecting your brows. Pluck stray hairs and define the shape with a brow pencil and gel, darkening and strengthening them to frame your face. Then, apply a wash of a shimmery eyeshadow over the whole lid area, building up the colour in the crease of the socket for a 3D finish. Finally, blend a pale pink eyeliner or shadow along the lash line and at the inner corner, and brush a little cream highlighter over the brow bone for extra impact.
Top Tips: Enhance cheeks by using a subtle, liquid bronzer beneath the cheekbones for a soft contour. Take a little down the bridge of the nose, too, to tie in the warmth and bring the look together.