To get the right tone of blusher for this look, makeup artist Andrea Claire applied M.A.C's Liptensity Lipstick in Gumball on Ally’s cheeks, two finger widths away from the side of her nose. She then blended the cream texture using M.A.C’s 187 Synthetic Duo Fibre Face Brush. To finish the look, Andrea dusted the lips with M.A.C’s Extra Dimension Skinfinish in Show Gold.


The key to creating brush strokes as a lewk is to establish it as intentional and not accidental. Start by using Shiseido’s LipLiner InkDuo – Prime + Line in #10 Violet along with M.A.C’s Matte Lipstick in Heroine on the crease of the eyes and surrounding area extending up beyond the brows. Use a small mascara fan brush with stiff hairs for a more deliberate placement, then top it off by dusting M.A.C’s Extra Dimension Skinfinish in Show Gold (which you can use on the lips too!).


The key to a lasting lip colour is lining your lips first. Using Shiseido's LipLiner InkDuo – Prime + Line in #10 Violet, trace the outer edge of your lips for a fuller look before shading in to create a smoother base for lipstick application and deepen your lippie shade. Apply M.A.C's Lipstick in Heroine on your lips, layered with Beautyblender's Glass Glow Shinelighter Crystal Clear Highlighter for a high-shine effect!


Perfect for a night out, start by applying Nars’ Single Eyeshadow in Banquise as a base from the lash line to the brow bone using a large fluff brush. Then sweep Nars’ Hardwired Eyeshadow in Argentina on the crease of your eyes using a dome brush in a windscreen wiper motion. As a final step, draw a ‘V’ shape on the outer corner of the eyes using Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock ‘N’ Kohl eyeliner pencil in Bedroom Black and smudge inwards to softly blend with the base and crease shades.


Prep your confidence cos you’ll need it to rock this look! If you don’t have a purple eyeliner in hand, fret not. Lightly use M.A.C’s Prep + Prime Fix+ to mist a fine brush like Make Up For Ever’s Bent Eyeliner Brush 260 before dipping it into Nars’ Single Eyeshadow in Sultan and drawing a line from the inner to outer corner of your eyes – extending out at both ends. Not only do you now have a long-lasting liner, you can keep the rest of your face clean too!


The supermodel, fashion icon and face of the ‘60s has inspired us in many ways, especially when it comes to eye makeup. To recreate this look, use Nars’ Single Eyeshadow in Banquise as a base from your eyelid to slightly above the crease – or if you have a monolid, halfway towards the eyebrow. With open eyes, look directly into the mirror with a neutral expression and use Sigma Beauty’s E45 Small Tapered Blending Brush to softly blend Nars’ Single Eyeshadow in Sultan over the edge of the base colour following the natural shape of your eye. Using a fine eyeliner brush, use the same eyeshadow on your lash line, extending it to connect at the outer edge of the crease.

Photography: Keith Clouston
Shubham Singh
Concept, makeup, hair & nails:
Andrea Claire/Judy Inc (hair styled using Keune Style Volume Strong Mousse & T3 Micro Convertible Curler, and nails prepped using Essie Skinny Dip)
Ally Teo/Mannequin

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