14th February 2017
Get #datenight ready
14th February 2017
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We interviewed Josephine Way
Our very own MUA, who made up our model, Kate. We decided to get her very best top tips and products that she can't live without.
We wanted Kate's look to be simple, chic and fresh as we are all about embracing natural beauty rather than looking unnatural. We fully believe that if you enhance your natural features you will feel far more comfortable than trying to create a false look.
Here is our Interview below;
Illamasqua Highlight Brush.
Can be used for foundation, highlight, blush; really versatile. “Wouldn’t do my job without it”.
Soft, realistic make up is becoming more and more popular. People are moving away from the bold and bright, heavy contour and heaviness of 2016. The trend of natural, radiant, “enhancing what you have” is coming to the forefront with 2017, and is set to continue as the year progresses.
Think Natalie Portman vibes...
For an everyday use, I love the Charlotte Tilbury Magic Foundation.
Nothing with SPF in, as it results in looking too pale. Bobbie Brown or Illamasqua do really great foundations; there are enough shades and coverages to be for various skin types.
Anything sugary! Loved a spiced latte or a caramel latte.
Prefer keeping my hair up, otherwise I like straight hair.
Rose gold is massively in at the moment.
It ties in with the ‘natural’ look as pinks and highlights are currently in trend, as it just works with what you have. It is important to remember that “trends do change”. For example, in 2016, contouring was really important and this year, people are asking, “how can I look the best version of myself?”
Boho plaits, or blow dry soft, natural style.
Soft, Smoky eye, full black lashes, soft pink shades for blush, highlight.
Avoid oil-based products; whether that be liquid or otherwise. Primer is important, and there is such a varied selection that this can be suited to the individual’s skin, such as matte primers. Setting spray or fine powders reduce excess oils in the skin too.
Charlotte Tilbury lipgloss; preferably a nude shade.
However, I do like a YSL classic red lip.
Try the Rouge pur couture in shade 'Le rouge' below;