Friday, 12 August 2016

Clarins Mix + Match Make up: Bold Lips Look

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If I had to pick my favourite piece of makeup it has to be a bright red lipstick! 

I love how a swipe of red lipstick can make you look instantly more put together but it is important to follow a few little tricks for keeping your skin looking flawless and your lips hydrated.

I've teamed up with Clarins to create this bold lip look using their mineral and plant extract enriched products from their Mix + Match Makeup line

Here is how I've achieved this look:

Contoured Complexion (Time: 5 Mins)

  •  Then I apply my Clarins Skin Illusion Foundation by warming it between my palms and smoothing over the face (I'm using shade 105 and I prefer using my finger tips for applying the foundation).
  • After that I put the Instant Concealer over my foundation to hide dark circles under my eyes and on any blemishes.
  •  Next up I contour and sculpt my face using the Bronzing Duo, dusting in a number 3 motion (butterfly wings) from the outer corners of the forehead along the cheekbones and down to the jawline.
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Defined Eye (4 Mins)

  • Then I use my Perfect Eyes and Brows Palette, to define and thicken my brows. Firstly,  I apply some brow wax to tame those loose hair. After that I take the powder and run it through my brows natural shape to fill in and brush through with the wand.
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Bold Lips (1 Min)

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  1. Autumn is the perfect time to try a bold lip in a new shade. The foliage is turning orange and red. I am feeling a bit inspired. I intend to try the Clarins Perfecting Base that you recommend.

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