Good Vibes Festival is happening very soon! You've probably gotten your killer outfit sorted out, but don't leave your make up look behind. Besides long-lasting foundations and waterproof mascaras, it's vital to invest in proper setting or finishing sprays to fully lock down your makeup. So, there's no room for budging and smudging.
One of the best sprays that MUAs swear by is the cult-favourite Urban Decay's All Nighter Setting Spray. Nevertheless, if you're still cracking your head on what makeup looks to rock, here are 10 hottest must-try looks that appeared on runways.
The smokey eyes look is timeless and is suitable for various types of events. When it's infused with the latest trendy summer colour, Peach, you'll also be GVF-ready. Peach is especially cute on light Asian skin tones as it complements the yellow undertone very well.
Take the usual ‘drunk blush’ look to a whole new level by adding some pink, metallic heart confetti on your cheeks. Heavy on the eyes and cheek, but light on the lips - this look is festival-ready. Tip: lightly brush a purple eyeshadow over your brows for that enhancement.
This ‘Minimal Space Queen’ look is simple yet ideal for festival seasons. To achieve that look, use the holographic purple-pink highlighter. Start by dragging it across your cheekbones like if you were to use a conventional blush. Also, dab some on your cupid’s bow, the centre of your bottom lip and eyelids to complete the look.
The Noughties-favourite rhinestone stickers are making a huge comeback. This Sailor Moon-esque makeup is one of the most popular looks at Coachella this year. Take this opportunity to decorate your face for that bedazzled, animated look.
The sharp winged liner, contoured face, and nude lips can be an everyday look for most people. However, a pop of colour on these areas will cast the spotlight on you. Not a fan of yellow? Substitute it with any vibrant tones on your palette except for pink - we wouldn't want to look like you're having pink eye.
This look is ideal if you are a fan of Jenn’s Sailor Moon. It focuses mostly on natural beauty, and it’s a wearable look on an everyday basis, too. For a more contemporary festival-boho vibe, stick some rhinestones of your choice above your brows.
Having a solid, bold eyelids colour in yellow screams nothing but festival-ready. Keep the rest of your face neutral to draw attention to your eyes. Yellow aside, you could also opt for colours like cobalt blue, orange, neon green, and violet.
The “undone” wing liner look is the most effortless party-festival makeup to create. Additionally, overlining the tear duct helps to add some drama to your look. Throw on some pearl rhinestone stickers on your nose bridge like Karen Yeung. Finish your look with some faux freckles to complete the edgy vibe.
White liquid liners are your best friend when it comes to creating party makeup looks. Some of the most common and simplest designs are plain dots, thin strokes, and arrows that you can consider adding at the final step of your makeup. This look from Nyane Lebajoe will make heads turn for sure.
As spotted on the AW19/20 runway shows, draw glitter liners across your eyelids like Sarah Novio. Apply this super bright blush on your cheekbones to get that dramatic-animated effect. On the plus side, this look is ideal for concerts and festivals as well.
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