Spring racing and the event season is upon us. If you need tips on achieving a flawless complexion using jane iredale, read on. The very talented Australian makeup artist Liv Lundelius created a stunning jane iredale look on Tully Smyth for the MYER Spring Fashion event in Sydney recently. We are loving the fresh skin, bold lip and perfectly groomed brow look.
Here are Liv’s steps to recreate this look yourself:
PHASE 1: SKIN… It’s all about that base.
To brighten and even out skin tone, apply the Smooth Affair Facial Primer and Brightener. This will make your Glow Time BB Cream glide on the skin and appear smoother, softer and minimise pores. Next, use your PureMatte Finish Powder along your t-zone to set your makeup. This amazing product is made out of rice powder, which will absorb oil and help eliminate shine.
PHASE 2: CHEEKS
Killer cheekbones are a beauty-must this season! To accentuate your cheekbones glide the InTouch Highlighter across your cheeks and brow bone and then blend with your fingers to illuminate and contour. Next, brush your So Bronze Bronzing Powder over your cheeks, nose, chin and forehead for the ultimate sun-kissed look.
PHASE 3: LIPS… Pucker up!
To prep lips, apply the Sugar & Butter Lip Exfoliant. The organic brown sugar will gently exfoliate your lips and restore moisture for a smooth and moist finish. Outline your lips with the Crimson Lip Liner and fill in with your PlayOn Lip Crayon in “Naughty”.
PHASE 4: EYES… Last, but certainly not least.
Mix the two gold shades from Golden Girl Triple PurePressed Eye Shadow and apply as a wash over the eyelid using the Crease Brush. Highlight the inner corner of the eye with the same two shades using the Mini Dome Brush.
Starting from the centre of your eye, apply Jelly Jar Gel Eyeliner in Black using the Angle Eyeliner brush along the top lash line, extending the line slightly on the outer corner. Coat the lashes with Black Ice Longest Lash Thickening & Lengthening Mascara to make your eyes pop!
To see more of Liv’s makeup work, follow her Instagram @liv_lundelius