Whether you’ve got kids who went back to school this month or you've said a final goodbye to the summer, now's the perfect time to update your makeup routine and look for this autumn season.
Learn some new pro tricks and why not have a good old clear out of those things you don't need!
1. The New Season Contour
Forget outdated Kardashian-style heavy sculpting that just doesn't work for us maturer ladies; it's all about sculpting and reverse contouring with subtle use of shadow and colour.
Apply the darker shade of our Age Repair Perfect Canvas SP30 under the cheekbones, forehead, and jawline to naturally sculpt the face, with our Wake Up & Glow Lip/Cheek Flush on lips and apple of the cheeks for a healthy flush
2. Radiant Skin Is In
Radiant, glowing skin is set to be a huge trend through winter and looks wonderful at any age.
Use a creme texture rather than powder so it looks like a second skin, and with gold undertones for an ultra-natural finish. Try mixing a few drops of Youth Lift Glow-Plexion into your foundation for an instant complexion 'boost'.
- The Return of Nude
Traditionally, autumn calls for berry-stained lips and deep dark colours, but this season is about the infinitely more wearable nude. Just make sure to wear a neutral liner to add shape, definition, and avoid colour bleeding!
Try Age Reverse Perfecting Lip Liner for a universal true-lip shade.
4. Tie Your Look Together
This season is all about matchy-matchy beauty. Nails and lips that match, and colours across the face that coordinate.
Try Wake Up & Glow Lip/Cheek Flush for an ultra hydrating, healthy flush of 'matchy' colour.
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