Because we really have enough of contouring. And enhancing our unique features is way better than looking like a bad draft – more than a copy – of some random celebrity, right?
The natural makeup I’m talking about is something that doesn’t necessarily have to BE barely there, but surely, it has to LOOK barely there. I like to spot a deep red red hue of lipstick or a masterful cat-eye, and to me, natural makeup goes hand in hand with balancing every part of a look to get a certain mood.
And I believe that’s the best part of styling. I mean communication. What we say with our face and clothes and in general with our body is part of a greater message we stage at various extents of awareness, and it’s magical.
The point is (sorry if I can’t contain my analytic self… ), Style is an equation.
Where you’re free to change every variable as you like, but you need to always get the same result in order to feel true to yourself. And that invariable result is PERSONALITY. It’s loud and clear, however we try to camouflage it, and it isn’t boring at all.
Now, to demonstrate that [I’m not a paranoid], I put together these amazing editorials so you’ll get half inspired-half convinced, that what looks natural feels alive.
Try with: Ombre Couture Cream Eyeshadow
Get this look with a pink eyeshadow and the Eye Vynil by Milk Makeup
Get this luscious look with the Chocolate Bar Eye Palette
Try this liquid moisturiser instead of the foundation
Build layers of golden shine on dark skin
Use an eyelid brightener on your eyes and upper lips
Get natural juicy lips with the juicy shaker lip oil by
Try the ultimate glow with this Anastasia Beverly Hills glow kit palette
Put an accent on your lips with the liquid long wear by Huda Beauty matte lipstick
Try this rouge automatique by Guerlain in the attrape-coeur 169 hue for a romantic mood
Get plumper lips with the lip injection extreme gloss by too faced!