As everything picks up and we start getting used to the new-norm life, there’s no better time than now to pick up your brushes and play with makeup again. Makeup artist, Andrea Claire has put together six stunning looks inspired by this season’s most outstanding trends that'll not only boost your confidence but make great conversation starters too (especially the eye makeup that'll be the only thing that’s prominent if you’re wearing a mask!). To achieve that glowy look, Andrea prepped the model’s skin using Drunk Elephant products, Skin Inc’s Oxy Recharge Bubble Mask and Dermalogica’s Skin Smoothing Cream.


Clean. Celestial. DIY-friendly. If you’re after a simple way to glam up, this Burberry-inspired look might just be your answer! Apply embellishments onto clean, dry skin using clear eyelash glue. Dot glue onto skin using the end of a makeup brush and allow it to become tacky. Wait for 20 to 30 seconds before sticking your embellishments on.

Get the look with: Charlotte Tilbury Hollywood Flawless Filter in 4 Medium, Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage Duo in 3C, M.A.C Eye Shadow in Wedge & Charlotte Tilbury Hot Lips 2 in Dancefloor Princess


Tricky at a glance but easy to nail if you’ve got a steady hand, what you’ll need to do is keep a cotton bud and Bioderma’s Micellar Water handy so you can quickly clean up any little boo-boo you make. This Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini-inspired graphic eyeliner trend is left up to your own interpretation. No longer do you need to aim for 100% precision because it’s all about celebrating your individuality!

Get the look with: M.A.C Eye Shadow in Wedge, Face Atelier Cake Eyeliner in Black & Hera Sensual Spicy Nude Volume Lipstick in No. 480 Truffle


Neon brights are fun and will complement any skin tone – as you can see from this Versace-inspired eye makeup. Pick two complementary or contrasting eye colours of your choice and blend well, keeping in mind to stick to a neutral face to avoid looking clownish.

Get the look with: Lit Cosmetics Electric Shine in Beyond Pink and Ka-Bang!, Face Atelier Ultra Blush in Rosewood & Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk Medium


Call it the eyeshadow equivalent of asymmetrical clothing or mismatched earrings (as you can see here) – who knew you could use both silver and gold on different eyes at the same time and rock the look? Tip: Simply wear this Prada-inspired look with confidence, cos if people are going to be staring, you'd better make it worth their while!

Get the look with: Pat McGrath Pigments in Silver & Gold, M.A.C Pigment in Violet & Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk Medium


This Dior-inspired raw smokey eye calls for a pause on blending your eyeshadows. Just play with different colours and intensities while refraining from trying to perfect the makeup. With intentional spaces and unfinished edges, it’s the artsy look you never knew you could pull off!

Get the look with: Viseart Eyeshadow Palette in 01 Neutral Mattes & Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk Medium


Gradient lips are a vibe – a high-maintenance vibe. To nail the Libertine-inspired bold red lips reimagined with a gradient, pick two contrasting lip colours so that the gradient is obvious, and keep your reusable straw handy otherwise your hard work will be put to waste if the colours blend into one!

Get the look with: M.A.C Eye Shadow in Wedge, Charlotte Tilbury Lip Cheat in Berry Naughty, Nars Audacious Lipstick in Foolishness & M.A.C Lipstick in Black Night

Featured image: Dice, CB2
Photography: Keith Clouston
Retouching: Shubham Singh
Concept, makeup, hair & nails: Andrea Claire/Judy Inc
Model: Wen Shi Wei/Mannequin

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