This look was inspired by a dreamy 1920s / 1930s painting with a touch of Paolo Roversi.
I used Maybelline BB Cream to give the skin a luminous glow, and concealer only in areas that needed coverage.
I highlighted the cheek bones with Maybelline Colour Tattoo in Barely Branded, and used Bad To The Bronze as a colour all around the eyes, up to the brow bone and underneath.
I then slicked a lip gloss onto the lids to get a wet, glossy finish that is really beautiful on the runway. I tapped on a pretty, dark rose colour with my fingers to create a stain-like effect, making sure that we kept a stronger colour in the middle.
We used a peach cream blush high up on the cheeks and powdered only where it was needed to create a silver screen-inspired, dreamy look with a modern twist.
Maybelline Products I Used:
Dream Fresh BB
Dream Lumi Highlighting Concealer
Color Tattoo, Barely Branded
Dream Bouncy Blush, Rose Petal & Coffee Cake
Mineral Powder Finishing Veil
Color Tattoo, Bad To The Bronze
Shine Sensation, Minty Sheer
Colossal Volume Mascara
Super Stay 14HR Lipstick, Wine & Forever