Fresh faces, radiant draping, minimalistic details and beautiful colors from pastels to electrics - the spring-summer makeup trends of the 2019 season from the Fashion Weeks catwalks are stylish and very successful in terms of "socks". We selected the best to be inspired by them now.
Glowing skin (lots of highlighter)
We continue to live without contouring, but with strobing, and highlighters in all kinds of textures (liquid, sticks, crumbly) will help us. Radiance of varying intensity will be in demand not only in the most prominent points and in the cheekbones, but also in the periorbital area. For those who categorically do not accept the Hollywood gloss, the official make-up artist of Giorgio Armani Linda Cantello offers a soft shimmer of the same tonality, but of different intensity on the eyes, cheeks, lips (for this you can use one universal product).
Tan (don't forget about bronzer)
As if warm, reddened skin to the touch is something that we only have to dream of after exhausting and mostly very cold autumn and winter. A bronzer friend will come to the rescue ─ we read "The sun in the hands: how to use the bronzer correctly." With such an intense "tan," make-up artists suggest doing one accent ─ on the eyes or lips (admittedly, both are good).
Pink and peach highlights (on the eyes)
Stylist Pat McGrath has come up with a special two-tone makeup for AnnSui models. The smooth transitions of pink, peach, yellow and purple create an amazing multidimensional watercolor effect. A more neutral option is a mono color. Just make it so that the roll of shades is multidimensional and reflected on the temples, cheekbones, cheeks and forehead.
These are not sparkles or rhinestones, but metallic ─ and now a complete illusion is ready that the models have their lips and eyelids covered with microscopic pieces of foil. To achieve this effect, the Kabuki makeup artist at the Jeremy Scott show went over the lips with special cosmetic glue and filled the volume with a top-secret metallized composition. Normal life does not require us to do such feats: ultra-luminous lips and / or eyes can be created using metallic eyeshadows, lipsticks and hybrid products with glitter.
Combed eyebrows (natural)
The eyebrows are not only clear and beautiful natural, but now also neat. To further enhance the brows, L'Oreal Paris International Makeup Director Val Garland, who was responsible for the looks of the Balmain SS 19 models, advises to keep the make-up fresh and simple. Don't overload your face with makeup, but tidy up your eyebrows with a sharpened pencil and comb and a clear or tinted fixing gel.
Grunge arrows (simple but cute)
The unusual arrows and the shape of the eyeliner, which we enjoyed in the summer of 2018, have become even more original, but easier to perform. For a flying wing from makeup artist Lindsay Alexander, or a graphic design on the temples inspired by Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal, from Dior's creative director of makeup, Peter Phillips, all you need is a liner and a steady hand (or stencil).
Stylish minimalist technique for eyelid makeup ─ rulers, stripes, strokes, in general, any dashes. They can be painted or glued using a large caliber glitter. So that the accent is not lost, the image should be fresh and light in spring.
Eyeliner (total black)
We use kayal and a contour pencil to the maximum in spring and summer: we bring our eyes both above and below. When the punk version is "a little too much" (especially if you don't touch the mucous membrane), you can focus on the version from Dior ─ a soft eyeliner with a slightly blurred corner and a neatly filled upper lash line.
Pat McGrath's delightful experiences in creating a precious mask ─ haute couture in make-up. Not everyone has the experience to create and the daring to wear. For the Burberry SS 19, Pat has created a more neutral, but no less dramatic, butterfly-wing make-up. The advantages are obvious: it is effective, wearable, and also makes the eyes bigger.
Erin Parson, Maybelline New York global make-up artist and colorful makeup for girls from the Alice + Olivia runway, is campaigning for playing with color. This option may seem very daring, but it certainly will not go unnoticed. For those who decide, Erin gives advice: do not overload the eyes with mascara, but even out the eyelash rim, filling in the voids, with the help of black kayal. More restrained shadows are also acceptable, as long as the color is truly deep and vibrant.
Pastel (very gentle)
Marc Jacobs make-up artist Diana Kendal took the '50s curtsey (check out this gorgeous babette) with a pastel pink and peach makeup on the models. Carefully shade matte shadows ─ you can take beauty almost to the temples ─ and combine with a felt-tip eyeliner. The version of the accent on the inner corner of the eye is more original and no less delicate.
We predict the growing popularity of fuchsia ─ a very individual, bright, juicy and inviting shade. For those who still have not been able to fit it into their makeup, runway makeup artists give minimalistic tips and recommendations on how to use fuchsia in eye makeup (the safest option is colored mascara) or lips (half-floating lip line is bold, but damn attractive) …
Volume lashes (false effect)
For the most part, world makeup artists advise leaving long-suffering eyelashes alone (Irina Shayk follows this instruction even on the red carpet). But we could not remain indifferent to the unique make-up, inspired by the 60s, which Pat McGrath came up with for the Prada catwalk: bleached eyebrows and shaggy eyelashes in lumps with a soft noble glare on the eyelids (the effect can be created using eyeshadow).
Red lipstick (traditionally)
Her story will never end. To the office, to Opening Day or to a romantic rendezvous ─ for every occasion, there is a different shade in the red range. By the way, it was with red lipstick at the EscadSS 19 show that the Pat McGrath Labs product line of the legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath debuted at New York Fashion Week. It worked out pretty well, didn't it? We recommend taking her Matte Trance Lipstick for a note.
Full nude does not give up positions (is it ever going to do this?). Take a break from makeup with a well-moisturizing cream or primer. However, light brushing with a bronzer over the cheekbones and eyelids, like VictoriBeckham models, and lip balm are quite acceptable.
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