Milan Fashion week have smashed it with the natural look, heres some tips how to get their look-
Add a touch of black pigment to your foundation.
At Emilio Pucci Lisa Butler added a touch of MAC's darkest foundation or if you prefer a touch of black Kohl into a foundation that matched the models' skin.It gives depth without using bronzer and you wont find a orange hue . Then use a mixture of grey and cold brown eyeshadow over the eyes before pressing a wine-coloured lipstick onto the inside of the lips. The ending results are soo subtle that you will not even notice. But Emilio Pucci says-
''it adds a bit of dimension and drama in a groomed rather than done' way.''
Run your hands through your hair .
So the beach bun was a huge hit because it was so quick and simple last summer , this winter the hair industry is kicking the winter blues off with telling us to just run your fingers through your hair look. Its like the Rock N Roll look that everyones rocking lately and with just your hands and a top brand styling cream to give it that shine and seperating look (as if you just got out of bed), all you have to do is run your hands from the front of your head to the back and if your feeling ''Rock chick'' flick it to the side. Its hitting the fashion industry like a brick since the likes of Beyonce and Rihanna went for the hair chop.
For years I have been told , 'Never wear your blusher on your nose', but now the beauty industry are telling you to go with it. Ok so we know its always nice to have a little colour on your apples or your cheeks but who says we cant wear it on our little noses?
Charlotte Tilbury says ''It gives the look of having that natural wind-burnt effect look'' , as if you have just returned from a skiing trip . Try making one big swipe along the cheekbones and across the nose , using bronzer will have a more natural look .
Make the most out of your moisturiser.
Moisturiser and cream is our best friend and we use it daily on all areas of our body so why not make the most of it. We are learning that moisturiser can now be used as a corrector and also highlighter . Dab the points on the face such as the cheekbones, cupids bow and temples with moisturiser for a fresh looking slightly sweaty summer glow.