Magic textures shine and break the light in a magical way that makes the intense shades of shadows, gloss and ruby even more striking. Eyes are often the first polygon for playing with different glossy, glittering and shiny textures and various colors. The eyes are very simple to emphasize the intensity you want with the appropriate products. So today, on the market, you can find products where you can get a high, uniform shine that, like a glaze, will give glass gloss shades. This editorial look can be achieved with a product like Flesh Fleshpot Eye & Cheek Gloss gloss. It is possible to use it for the whole face, apply it with your fingers but also flat brushes if you want to give the shine shade. At the same time, you can play and put a small amount of pigments in your own shine and thus create your custom made eye shade, something that professional make-up artists are happy and often do.
Let the shades of their intense shiny texture owe the finely ground shiny micro particles. Pat McGrath Mothership II: Sublime Palette contains 10 classic classical shades of hot copper to fascinating shades of highly saturated gems. Given that this is a palette made by one of the most famous make-up artists of today, the palette comes with instructions on how to use a palette and how to apply shades. It is of great help to know that it was shiny to apply with a dry or moist technique, brush or finger or in combination with some other product, all for the purpose of achieving as intensely as possible and better quality looka.
For the lips there is virtually the same philosophy as in the eyes. For intense emphasis, you can use products that give high gloss because they are mostly made to be used throughout the face. You can play with jewels and glossy, but I suggest that for more intense and long lasting looks on your lips you use matte rusts to which you can apply vinyl shine. Hydrating Roses will, in combination with gloss, slip faster from the lips.
When creating intense and striking looks, there is one focus, one great starting point, and all other textures and colors should serve to further emphasize what should be in focus.
Photos: Marko Grubišić