14th February 2013
THE VICTORIA BECKHAM LOOK
As seen on the cover of Elle...
Use the Plum Pink Complete Eye Palette to create a dark eye with a feline shape, applying the palest shade over the eyelid as a base and blending the deeper shades in the socket line and winging out for a sexy look. Use Midnight Black Eye Definer to define the top lashes, and smudge Midnight Brown Eye Definer into the bottom lashes for a softer yet intense lashline.
Create a strong, defined brow with Midnight Brown and Midnight Black Eye Definers. Smudge the pencils on the back of your hand and mix to create a good colour, before applying with an angle brush to mimic the natural hairs. Finish by brushing through brows with a disposable wand to groom hairs.
Tip: Don’t draw a solid block colour when creating a strong brow, as this will look unnatural. Use brush strokes and apply in the natural hair growth direction.
Apply Midnight Black Mascara to lashes at the root of the lashline, using a zigzag motion whilst moving to the tips of the lash.
Tip: Brush through lashes with a clean disposable mascara wand to clean off excess product for a natural look.
Set the foundation with a light dusting of Sheer Powder, focusing on the T-zone to erase unwanted shine. Keep application minimal for a radiant complexion.
Highlight the high points of the face by blending Sheer Concealer in No.2 onto cheekbones and through the centre of the face. Use the rose-toned Sheer Concealer in No.3 under eyes to diminish dark circles.
Create a sheer, luminous base by mixing Fresh Glow with Trench Sheer Foundation before applying. Begin application at the centre (nose) where the majority of discolouration is, blending the foundation out towards the edge of the face. Leave coverage around the jaw-line minimal, blending into nothing to create an effortless, natural appearance.