Go red this Christmas with Make Up For Ever
Red blooded woman
Red may seem like a failsafe option for Christmas parties, but doing red well is a different story altogether. Make Up For Ever's new Arty collection uses transgender model Andreja Pejic as its stunning face, painting her both with a luscious red lip and sexy red body paint The brand felt that Pejic — the first model to walk both the men's and women's international catwalks — was the embodiment of the power, raw intensity and courage that marks this bold colour and this artistic collection.
First let's talk about those lips. The brand has created a new Artistic Lip Ink which is another of those products that straddle the line between professional and personal use makeup. The new Lip Ink combines the lightness of ink with an intense and luminous colour payoff. When worn, this feels like nothing on the lips, plus an ultra-soluble resin fixes the pigment on your kissers so it stays put — a big plus when you're wining and dining and are too busy to worry about reapplication. Each Lip Ink comes with a precision application brush, that looks more like a calligraphy brush than a traditional lip brush, and perfectly wraps around the form of the lip for that professional finish. The Lip Ink and brush are sold in a kit, packaged in a gorgeous cosmetic pouch. The other 'highlight' in this collection is a Pro Light Fusion Undetectable Sculpting Lights. This softly milled highlighter comes in two shades — one is gold and rose gold. The difference between this and other highlighters on the shelves? The texture is not visible on the skin, guaranteeing a natural finish when blended on the face. Say goodbye to streaky highlighter and smudgy lips with these pro tools. The collection also includes gift sets that feature everything from essentials to brushes.
From $36-$455. At Make Up For Ever stores and counters from 10 November
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