1. SHEER COVERAGE, LIQUID FOUNDATION.
To master this look, you’ll need to think of your foundation as a wash of colour rather than a mask for blemishes (this is where your concealer will come in). A dewy formula will make for the most natural skin finish (we suggest Charlotte Tilbury).
2. BRIGHTENING CONCEALER.
These usually come in a pen form, and can be brushed on to brighten the under eye area to give your skin a subtle radiance as well as erasing dark circles (we suggest YSL Touche Eclat Highlighter Pen).
3. CREAM CONCEALER.
Used to conceal blemishes, a cream concealer will melt into the skin for the most natural possible texture (we suggest NARS Soft Matte Concealer).
4. POWDER BRONZER.
While the texture of a cream bronzer may appear more natural, a powder can be dusted over the entire face to warm up the complexion as well as dusted over the bridge of the nose to create the illusion of a truly natural sun tan (we suggest Hourglass Bronzer).
5. CREAM BLUSH.
When pressed and patted gently into the skin, cream blush will give the complexion a natural lift and give your skin a healthy flush of colour (we suggest Stila Convertible).
6. CREAM HIGHLIGHTER.
Used to subtly attract the light and give the skin a “lit from within” glow. Highlighter is the key ingredient in getting people to say “your skin looks amazing!” (We suggest RMS Highlighter).
7. BROW GEL.
More natural than pencils, powders or pomades, a brow gel will keep unruly brows in place while adding subtle definition and a feathered texture. This can be either tinted or clear, depending on your natural brow colour (we suggest Bobby Brown Brow Shaper).
A lick of mascara will widen and brighten the eye area without having to apply excessive eye make (we suggest Mecca Eye Max Mascara).
9. TINTED LIP BALM.
Essential in tying your look together (we suggest lanolips).