Backstage beauty: Dion Lee and Elohim by Sabrina Goh
Singapore Fashion Week
A soft, muted palette was favoured at both the designers' shows — the perfect complement to their fluid designs and unconventional cuts. A sheer, clean base and subtle playing up of features created the soft, natural finish. Take a page from this look on days when you want your outfit do the talking.
A dab of tinted moisturiser created a light, translucent base which allowed the natural radiance of the models' skin to shine through.
The eyes were lined with the Eyeliner Pencil in Black Moon and Eyeliner Stylo in Carpates. The stylo is a felt tip liner that creates a precise, clean line, and the pencil softened the harsh edges. The Larger Than Life Lengthening Mascara was the finishing touch that lengthened instead of volumising, highlighting the eyes without stealing the limelight.
Contouring of the cheekbones and the sides of the forehead is key to the look. It enhances the dimensions and planes of the face subtly.
A blend of Satin Lipstick in Honolulu Honey and Sheer Lipstick in Cruising created the flesh-toned lips that helped to keep the look soft and muted at the shows.
Four different products went into the sleek, wet-look hairstyle seen at both shows. The models had their hair prepped with Tecni Art Thermo Modelling Spray for texture, and the combination of Mythic Oil and Tecni Art Density Material brought on the shine. Finally, the Elnett Satin Laque Hairspray helped to counter humidity and keep hair in check throughout the entire show.
All makeup by Nars and hair products by L'Oréal Professionnel
- Image: Jana Yar
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