G litter from the 90s, colored "corners" of the eyes and radiant skin - the leading makeup artist of Make Up For Ever in Russia Anna Merkusheva talks about catwalk trends that you need to use right now.
Leading makeup artist Make Up For Ever in Russia
“The world is divided - some are guided by Haute Couture, others are following Instagram trends. I prefer to keep up with the times!"
How much you can fix your makeup with powder! We don't have time for this. Let's shine! This idea runs through the ranks of Isabel Marant, Roberto Cavalli and Alexander Wang. Why is this glow called gym skin (ed.)? The trick is a healthy, wet shine - it seems that you have swum a couple of kilometers in the pool, jogged through the park and become even more beautiful. Apply a highlighter underneath a moisturizer and do not powder the entire face: lightly brush over the oily areas (T-zone, central part of the face).
Yellow eyebrows at Gucci, orange tint on the lips at Mary Katrantzou, and colored corners of the eyes - designers and makeup artists are turning to the disco 90s. The era is bright and sexy, but adapting it to the everyday life of 2017 is easy: instead of neon colors, choose dark blue. This color suits any eye color. It's versatile, straightforward, and affordable - draw classic arrows with a blue liner and don't be afraid to look weird.
One color is not boring! Fashionable "monochrome" - these are intense shades: for example, active pink or orange. This trend is easy to adapt for every day: match blush and lipstick in the same tone that will lift your mood. For inspiration, take a look at the fresh look of Kenzo models.
The 90s reminded of themselves with brown shades: a warm tone of bronzer, natural creamy shadows - all this looks expensive, soft and stylish. Brown lipstick is a must have for this spring. You can choose intense tones - this color always looks harmonious and natural. Examples are at the shows of Balmain, Jil Sander and Oscar de la Renta.
Glitters returned to the runway a few seasons ago, now adding a glossy texture. It is customary to apply gloss not only on lips: eyelids and cheeks can also shine (like in Alexander McQueen) - so that the effect is "wet". Gloss is always an expressive "peppercorn" - a reference to the 80s and 90s, the boom in lip glosses and bright disco makeup.
Text: Dilyara Telyasheva