Make-up that looks like you've just come from a party? We'll show you in 4 steps how your wicked make-up look still looks perfectly made up!
Can a makeup look look good that makes people wonder, "Is she going to or from a party?" According to make-up artist Charlotte Willer, the answer is yes. She was backstage at New York Fashion Week and discovered the "residual make-up look" there. In just 4 steps we will show you how you can make up that wicked look:
"Dark eyes with smoky make-up, where the make-up has been partially wiped away after a long night." 1
Complexion: The complexion after a night of partying is usually rather light and dull. Therefore use the liquid foundation to create an even primer. Then use a large brush to apply blush in intense berry colors to the upper cheekbones to make the face look more angular.
Eyes: First, fill the whole eyelid with gray eyeshadow. Then draw thick lines along the base of the lashes and the middle of the eyelids with a black eyeliner. Now smudge the edges with your finger and remove some of the paint again to create an imperfect effect. The make-up must not look freshly made up. Finally, apply a little pink eyeshadow directly under the eyebrows. Apply black mascara to the lashes. Apply more often so that fly legs arise!
Lips: Berry-colored lipsticks with a "kissed-off" look go perfectly with light skin complexion. To do this, outline the lip contours with a lip liner of the same color and then paint in with the lipstick. Remove excess paint with a cloth so that the lips look matt. Here's how to create an unfinished makeup look!
Nails: Nails in classic party colors like gold, metallic and black go best with after-party make-up. We recommend painting your nails with a black matte nail polish, except for the ring finger. Put a highlight on the ring finger with metallic nail polish!