Yayyyy spring is here!!! Get ready friends, I am going to share a series of my favorite trends to follow this season, today I will show you how to glaze your skin- yes you heard it right! Glazed skin is the new skin trend, seen all over runway shows, this trend was born in Korea/ Japan and is being adopted by many makeup pros to give their models the fresh, beautiful, healthy looking skin! Ready to get glazed? Scroll down…
Welcome to the Holiday Makeup look series, each makeup in this series has been created keeping in my current trends so that the looks you create this season are hit looks!
For the very first look of this series I chose a soft Rose Gold look, as this has really been hit the color almost all year round. It is a beautiful feminine chic color! Keep reading to see my step by step creation of this look and the products I used.
Apply the shade ‘Bloodmoon’ from the Huda Beauty Desert Dusk palette all over the eyelid, and the shade ‘Oud’ in the crease and blend.
Now apply a black khôl on the lower lash line and blend it.
Apply the ‘Oud’ shade on it and blend the shade slightly outwards to give the eye an elongated shape.
Apply the glitter textured ‘Cosmo’ shade on the inner corner.
To finish this look, work the eyelashes using a volume mascara. I used an eyelash primer Dior Maximizer 3D lash plumper and Smoky Lash Make Up For Ever Mascara. Finish the look with a nude lipstick I used a mix of ‘Disobedient’ and ‘Vanished’ vice lipsticks from Urban Decay.
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Article by: Mellissa Fernandes | Makeup Artist | 🇫🇷
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