Lucky for you, makeup artist and hairstylist Andrea Claire has narrowed down the best looks of the season and put them together with tips for you to recreate. To complete the look and get the same glow you see on our model, Eva’s skin throughout, Andrea recommends prepping the skin using Dermalogica Skin Smoothing Cream followed by Supergoop! Bright-Eyed 100% Mineral Eye Cream SPF40/PA+++, Colorescience Sunforgettable Total Protection Face Shield Glow SPF50/PA+++ and M.A.C Strobe Cream in Peachlite. As for her nails, Andrea used products from SensatioNail Gelvolution.

On her eyes: Make Up For Ever Artist Color Shadow in D222 Night Blue
On her hair: Dyson Corrale & Keune Care Absolute Volume Thermal Protector

As seen on the runways of Emilio Pucci, Maison Valentino and Tod’s, the full fringe is back with a bang – no pun intended. If you’ve always wanted to go for it, now’s the time, but if you’re not ready to commit, get a fake fringe made of real hair so it’s better and easier for heat styling. However, if your budget says synthetic, you can still style it by getting it wet, then wrapping it around a non-heat roller and letting it dry overnight. When it’s time to wear it, just clip it along the hairline and brush it with your own hair to blend it in. Tip: If you need the fringe to blend in with your cut, use fabric scissors which are your best bet to cut synthetic hair, and ask your hairstylist to cut it for you if the hair is real!

Wool knit dress, Triangle frame bag, Ring & Bracelet, All Bottega Veneta
On her eyes: Nars High-Pigment Longwear Eyeliner in Sunset Boulevard

Tassel jacket, Nasty Gal. Jewellery, Boheme at KonaCoco

When styled with a centre parting, ’70s boho-inspired face-framing braids exude a fresh, fun and free-spirited vibe. After centre-parting the hair, give it a flat, wavy look by gently sliding your flat iron down the hair shaft while feeding the hair in an ‘S’ up through the iron’s plates in 2- to 3-inch wide sections. Take one section from the centre parting above the brow’s natural arch and braid, then repeat this step with hair on the opposite side. Gently run your fingers or a wide-toothed comb through the hair to add lived-in texture.

On her eyes: Make Up For Ever Artist Color Shadow in S312 Mint Green

‘Angel’ blouse, KonaCoco. ‘Makina032’ Shield Sunglasses, Gentle Monster

If you watched the 1983 film, Scarface which had Michelle Pfeiffer play the role of Elvira Hancock, you must’ve noticed her iconic bob aka ‘the Scarface bob’ that always appeared oh-so perfect. Curious to see how the bob would suit you but don’t want to chop off your long locks yet? Then try these steps: firstly, tie hair into a low ponytail and slide the elastic towards the ends before rolling it up to create a horizontal roll and pinning it at the hair line. To lock the pins, cross them in an ‘X’. Tip: For finer hair, use a scrunchie or hair tie like this that matches your hair colour to give the illusion of thicker hair that’ll act as a hair rat too!

On her eyes: Charlotte Tilbury Eyes To Mesmerise in Champagne

Good news for you: this look requires no extra effort or hairstyling skills to nail! To start, comb your hair from the top to the ends while making sure that there are no tangles, and use hair oil or a leave-in conditioner to keep it in place and bouncy. Pick at least six to 10 of your favourite hair clips, paying attention to the variety of sizes while keeping to one tone or look (we’ve picked gold for this look, with one in the form of a pearl ribbon for that ‘extra’ touch). Tip: You can get similar hair clips from H&M or Lovisa!

On her lips: Armani Beauty Lip Maestro Liquid Matte Lipstick in Cardinal Red
On her hair: Dyson Corrale, Keune Care Absolute Volume Thermal Protector & Style Freestyle Spray

‘Luna’ Jacket in Striped Linen, KonaCoco. ‘Circle T02’ Round-frame Sunglasses, Gentle Monster

Take the trusted ol’ braid and give it a high-fashion upgrade by making the top part of your hair slick. To get the look, start by applying hair gel from the roots to ends of your hair, then comb your hair and secure it into a ponytail at the occipital bone. Braid your ponytail with precision and use a hair elastic at the ends, then flip it with ’tude!

Photography: Keith Clouston
Retouching: Shubham Singh
Concept, makeup, hair & nails: Andrea Claire/Judy Inc
Model: Eva Portman/Mannequin
Design: Lester Liang

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