Season trend: radiant complexion

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Radiant complexion

It seems that in the autumn-winter period, our complexion color becomes more and more tarnish as the pictures surrounding us become more gray. Not surprisingly that one of the strongest trends in makeup this season became the radiant complexion.

While the sun stubbornly is hiding behind clouds and the dry and cold wind is blowing everything that comes in his way, the complexion is unlikely to please us with a fresh and radiant health appearance- external factors appreciably affect its status and “health.” Makeup artists consider that the situation needs to be corrected even with the help of visual techniques. Therefore, radiant complexion in many forms beauty looks from fashion shows for fall-winter 2014-2015 is certainly one of the main emphases.

Radiant complexion

Diane von Furstenberg, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

However, it is worth noting that this trend is interpreted differently by each of the backstage professionals. At Ralph Lauren shows, Jil Sander and Alberta Ferretti preserved the matte skin, but still with a glow – not superficial, but as if it was internal. The radiance looked different in the images of girls from Givenchy show – Nicolas Degennes, the creative director of the House, did not mince highlighter so beautiful cheekbones of models flickered thanks to pearlescent particles. Under the lighting effect it became even more expressive. At Diane von Furstenberg and Christopher Kane all looked different. On the faces of the models was noted a slightly damp glow and if you want to recreate it in the real life, you need to be careful: only on a spotlessly clean and smooth skin, it does not look like shine.

Radiant complexion

Jason Wu, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Givenchy, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

In each of these cases, the radiance of the skin was achieved in different ways. A glowing effect from the inside can be obtained with the help of an appropriate face foundation, only uniformly applied to the skin. For flicker on the cheeks can be used not only a highlighter, but bright and flickering eyeshadows – it is enough to apply them on the “apple” of the cheeks, a “tick” on the lips, on the”back” of the nose and above the eyebrows. Wet glow appears in the makeup if you moisturize the skin well in advance and take a very light liquid face foundation, fluid. But whatever the method chosen to obtain the desired result, it is important to remember that with a marked emphasis on the radiance of the skin is better to abandon the glossy and shiny textures in eye and lip makeup.

Radiant complexion

Ralph Lauren, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

5 tips for the creation of radiance effect

-In order for the skin to shine without the help of makeup, do not forget to regularly (but not too often, a week is the optimal interval between peeling treatments) use exfoliating agents. Why is this so important? The thing is that the layer of dead skin cells prevents fluorescence and hence it is the culprit of skin dullness.

-It important not only the peeling but also other skin care rituals. Daily moisturizing, as well as the use of tonics after washing can achieve a natural glow.

-One of the tricks of makeup artists to give the skin radiance is that you need to mix the usual face foundation with a drop of liquid pearlescent highlighter. The desired effect will be noticeable.

-Facial massage and the use of specialized brushes for washing improves the complexion, making it fresh and glowing due to the fact that they stimulate the blood circulation.

-You did everything to make the skin look radiant and healthy? Underline the obtained result with the help of a little trick: apply on lips a transparent, barely glistening lip balm.

Radiant complexion

Christopher Kane, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Christopher Kane, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Diane von Furstenberg, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Diane von Furstenberg, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Jil Sander, Fall-Winter 2014-2015

Radiant complexion

Jil Sander, Fall-Winter 2014-2015