Here are two things you need to know about this edgy graphic look: Your eyeliner starts at the outer corners of the eyes, and you do not need to line anything else. With an eyeliner pencil, draw two upward strokes to make a triangle (make it longish if you’re going for eyecatching, shorter if you’re going for subtle). Fill that in and you’re done. The stark contrast between unlined lids and filled-in tips is what makes this look so bold. – CT
Multi coloured Correctors To Even Out Your Skin Tone
These cushion compacts hold multiple colours – green for neutralising redness, pink for adding luminosity, purple for countering sallowness – to even out skin tone. So there’s no need to fuss with individual colour correctors.
How to use: Press the puff evenly onto the cushion to pick up all the colours and lightly tap it on your face. If your skin looks sallow, apply it all over your face. If you have some redness, focus on just those areas. Also remember: These are colour correctors; you’ll still need to apply your usual foundation. The two featured here hydrate and nourish skin as well as give it a dewy finish.
1 Guerlain Meteorites Glow Pearls Cushion Colour Correction Tone-up Base Face Primer, $80.
2 First Aid Beauty Hello FAB 3 in 1 Superfruit Color Correcting Cushion, $59.
PHOTOGRAPHY MICKY WONG STYLING DARYLL ALEXIUS YEO, ASSISTED BY RIN LOW HAIR PETER LEE, USING WELLA PROFESSIONALS MAKEUP ALEXT MODEL JUNYAN/ MANNEQUIN LEATHER SHIRT SALVATORE FERRAGAMO
TEXT VANESSA CHIA BACKGROUND PHOTO 123RF