Color theory


It’s all about hue! Bright colors and monochromatic tones are the best looks you can wear now.

Barbie pink

Have your own Barbie moment with shades of pink. The easiest way is to pick a cream blush or lipstick, and apply the same product on your eyes, cheeks, and lips. Go for dewy formulas if you have dry skin or one that dries semi-matte if you’re on the oily side. It’s even better to use your fingers to apply and blend.

Crimson crush

Indeed, red never goes out of style. Whether warm or cool, matte or glossy, full or blurred out—fiery lips are still the secret to standing out. Wear with glossy lids and full brows to modernize the classic Hollywood beauty.

Neon shock

Fluorescent hues and in-your-face brights were seen all over the runways. A total standout when juxtaposed against barely-there makeup, color flashes were applied in artistic strokes, stark lines, and with zero blending. You can even match your lids with the color of your clothes, if you wish, a la Carolina Herrera.

The underlining idea

The focus is on the under-eyes. Open up your peepers with a single color applied just halfway through. A little goes a long way—just don’t forget to curl your upper lashes and apply loads of mascara. Keep everything else light and neutral to make your eyes pop.

Photographs by Rxandy Capinpin

Makeup by Hanna Pechon

Hairstyle by Kim Echavia

Model Yana Zhuravleva (New Monarq  Management)


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