Your first beauty buys of the new season: a warm-toned eyeshadow and a glowy priming oil. Start by doing your base the way you like it. Add some bronzer to your cheekbones and brush your eyebrows upwards, not overdoing them.
For the eyes, you can use the INTO THE SUNSET palette, which is full of beautiful, warm shades. It has earthy, matte tones plus a few shimmery metallics – meaning this palette works just as well for everyday makeup as for an all-in party look.
Apply a thin layer of the light shade Barefoot all over your eyelid and to the inner corner of your eye. Mix the two orange tones Smores and Bonfire to your desired intensity and apply it along the globe line (not onto your eyelids) and up towards the brow bone. Use a bigger eyeshadow brush for a soft look and smooth edges. Use more of the Smores shade for a subtle, warm tone, and more of Bonfire for a distinct orange tone.
If you’d like some depth, use a smaller eyeshadow brush to apply a bit of the brown shade Driftwood along the globe line. To finish off the look, apply some of the NOURISHING PRIMER OIL to your fingers, and dab it onto your cheekbones – on top of the bronzer – and up on the high points of your brow bone, just like you would with a highlighter.
PHOTOGRAPHY James Wright
MODEL Clare Gillies | Photogenics LA
MAKEUP Laura Stiassni | The Wall Group
HAIR Conrad Dornan | Frank Reps
STYLING Liz McClean | WSM