When a statuesque look is desired, it’s not the type of blush that matters most, but rather the technique in which it is applied. Pat McGrath, creative director at Max Factor, suggests sucking in the cheeks, then sweeping a darker-colored blush into the newly-formed hollows.
FOR CHISELED CHEEKBONES, TRY:
Max Factor Second Skin Foundation (for the perfect base)
Max Factor Miracle Touch Creamy Blush (in Soft Murano, one of Max Factor’s darker shades)
Eyebrows are undoubtedly the biggest beauty sensation of the season. However, a good deal of brow trends aren’t easily translated (i.e. neon or skin-colored bleaching) and are best left on the catwalks from which they came. Full constructed brows in one’s natural haircolor are a different story. They make a unique statement of power and confidence.
FOR BIG BROWS, TRY:
Max Factor Kohl Pencil in Brown (first to outline the brows, then fill in and groom them)
Max Factor Masterpiece Glide and Define Liquid Eyeliner (make your brows fuller by drawing in hairs)
FOR THE SPECIAL EXTRAS:
Max Factor’s Lipfinity Gloss in Frivolous and the Lipfinity Top Coat are the perfect pairing. They give lips a matte finish that goes beautifully with the chiseled look. For the final touch, Max Factor’s Colour Perfection Eyeliner in Brown and the Smoky Eye Effect Eyeshadow in Bronze Haze add a hint of drama.