Make-up by Peter Philips

Make the world your own Runway!

Try a statement look that will bring you into the spotlight this Fall & Winter without being ‘too much’. I choose this specific look featured in Dior FW16 because it’s sophisticated, but still wearable & elegant for any lady.

Anyone can achieve this look with a minimal amount of products and easy techniques. Follow these steps and feel free to skip one of them if you feel like it won’t necessarily suit you.

#1 As usual, the most important aspect in any make-up look is the SKIN. For a fresh, firm and clean skin, make sure you use skincare products that hydrate & gently exfoliate your skin before applying make-up. Follow with a smoothing, luminous primer, like this one from NYX, Angel Veil. Details here.


#2 MAC Face & Body foundation is the perfect base for a model-like skin. If you have problematic areas, cover up just the imperfections with a high coverage concealer like the one from Anastasia Beverly Hills and blend very well. Details here.


#3 Lightly apply RCMA No Color powder to keep your make-up in place all day without adding texture on your skin. Details here.


#4 For those model cheekbones, add a little bit of INGLOT HD SCULPTING POWDER in the shade ‘505’ and blend very well with a fluffy brush. Details here.


#5 For the eyes, all you need is a Cream Long-Lasting Eyeshadow in a neutral color. You don’t even need a brush, just blend COLOURPOP Satin Eyeshadow in the shade ‘Desert’ all over the eye lid with your fingers. Details here.


#6 Finish off the eyes by adding black mascara in two or three layers (top & bottom). This time you can clump those lashes a little bit. For this step, I love Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara, it keeps the curl all night long and it’s also lengthening. Details here.


#7 Now for the grand finale, line your lips with any dark or even black eye/lip liner and dab vampy lipstick on top, with your fingers. NARS Audacious Lipstick in the shade ‘Ingrid’ is the first shade I could think of in this case: a delicious dark, vampy, burgundy with a touch of purple. Details here.


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