Originally posted in Clique Magazine and on their website.
There’s nothing quite like that “no-makeup” makeup look, and now you can achieve it with certified natural and cruelty free cosmetics. Living Nature is a New Zealand made and owned brand that has seen award wins and a cult following in the beauty world – their lipsticks have even been named the winner of New Zealand’s Best Natural Make-Up earlier this year. Clique Mag teamed up with beauty vlogger, Tiana Della-Putta and The Village Pharmacy at Burnside Village – where Living Nature is exclusively stocked in South Australia – to create a natural and flawless look for you to get the look at home.
Start with clean, moisturised skin, and apply Illuminating Foundation in Day Glow with a stippling brush, working the product into your face using circular movements.
Apply the Concealer in Medium sparingly under the eyes and on any blemishes, patting it lightly into the skin.
Using a powder brush, apply Luminous Pressed Powder in Medium, using sweeping motions over the entire face and under the eyes to set the Foundation and Concealer in place.
Starting on the eye socket and blending up towards the brow bone, apply Eyeshadow in Tussock, using an eyeshadow brush. Apply a small amount along the bottom lid just under the lash line to finish.
This stuff is quite pigmented, so start with small amounts until you get the look you’re after!
Using the Mascara in Thickening Jet Black, carefully work the brush from the roots to the ends of your eyelashes, ensuring a thick, even coat.
Take a blush brush and apply Blush in Warm Summer to the apples of your cheeks.
Again, use sparingly at first until you get the right amount – this stuff is strong!
Sweep some of the Bronzer underneath the cheek bones, underneath the jaw line – anywhere you fancy a bronze glow!
Finish the look by applying the Lip Hydrator underneath the Lipstick in Precious 09, to help prep your pout and make the Lipstick last longer.
Photography by Meaghan Coles.
Sponsored by Living Nature and The Village Pharmacy.
Originally posted on cliquemag.com.au