Step 1. You want a nice, strong brow, so fill in with MAC’s Eye Brows, an easy to use self-sharpening pencil. Brush through them with a brow spoolie to blend any hard lines.

Step 2. Use a peach-toned eye shadow like Shiseido’s Shimmering Cream Eye Color in OR313 from lash line to crease, and under the lower lash line as well to create a soft defined eye.

Step 3. A natural nude lip completes the look without taking away from the brows, try Clinique Almost Lipstick in Tender Honey.


Step 1. This look is über-pretty and natural. Dust a sheer veil of a vibrant pink blush, such as NARS Powder Blush in Gaiety, on the top of your cheekbones, blending down to create a natural flush.

Step 2. Stain lips by dabbing and pressing in with your finger or a cotton swab with Shiseido’s Shimmering Rouge lipstick in RS619.

Step 3. Keep the rest of your make-up simple with just a quick swipe of Shu Uemura’s Ultimate Natural Mascara in Dark Brown.

Jeremy Laing

The Look: Soft brown eyes, contoured cheeks & fun pink lips.

Step 1. Even out skin tone with one of the new multi-purpose BB’s creams that have everyone raving. Estée Lauder Multi-Benefit Beauty Cream is a good one to try.

Step 2. Soft brown shadow was used on the lid and under the lower lash line to create depth without looking too made-up. Try Chanel Ombre Contraste Duo in Sable Emouvant, using the lighter shade to highlight the inner corner, and on the lid close to the lash line.

Step 3. Eyes need a bit of definition, so mascara is still needed, just don’t gob it on. Shiseido’s Perfect Full Definition Mascara keeps them beautifully separated and lush.

Step 4. Cheeks were contoured to sculpt the face and create dimension; use Chanel Soleil Teint Poudre Creative in Sable Beige.

Step 5. Lips were a fun, flirty pink that was kept youthful and modern to match the rest of the make-up. Use Dior Addict Extreme Radiant Shine Lipcolor in Holiday for a gorgeous pout.


Step 1. Eyes are the focus with this look, and are played up with a sheer wash of silver eye shadow on the lid. Try NARS Shimmer Eye Shadow in Lhasa, a lavender-grey.

Step 2. For added definition, and to make lashes appear thicker, line the upper lash line with a black pencil like NARS Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Via Veneto.

Step 3. To keep the tone of the lips natural but plump, swipe on a coat of Shiseido’s Shimmering Rouge lipstick in PK214, for a sheer neutral shine.

Louis Vuitton

Step 1. The upper lashes are the stars here, so apply 3 or 4 good coats of DIORSHOW New Look Mascara for insanely lush top lashes.

Step 2. Cheeks are pretty in peach. To keep it current, use a cream like Clinique’s Blushwear Cream Stick in Peachy Blush on the apples of cheeks for a gorgeous glow.

Step 3. Lips are meant to match the cheeks, try Shu Uemura’s Celestial Garden Unlimited Gloss in Corona Orange instead of a heavy lipstick.


The Look: Bold metallic blue eyes

Step 1. It’s a very powerful look, one best left for evening, and for summer it’s tough to go with so much eye shadow. Instead, use a cream shadow like NARS Soft Touch Shadow Pencil in Dark Rite, a shimmery indigo, to rim the entire lash line, blending afterward.

Step 2. To help cream shadow stay put, apply a light dusting of matching powder shadow to set. Try Dior 5 Couleurs palette in Bleu de Paris.

Step 3. To soften the look, use a peachy-pink sheer lipstick such as DIOR Addict Extreme Radiant Shine Lipcolor in Pink Icon instead of the predictable nude.

Michael Kors

Step 1. This look is all about bronzer, so don’t be shy with it. To mimic MK’s sun-kissed glow, apply a powder bronzer such as Estée Lauder’s Bronze Goddess Matte Bronzing Powder to the hollows of the cheeks, bridge of the nose, forehead, chin and neck, mainly concentrating on the cheeks and nose. You want to look like you almost got too much sun.

Step 2. So as not to overpower this look, keep eyes fresh with Shiseido’s Shimmering Cream Eye Colour in PK214 on the upper lid and inner corners to add a pop.

Step 3. Lips are kept simple and well moisturized, try Clinique’s Almost Lipstick in Shy Honey.


Step 1. This look dramatically defines the eyes by only lining the water-line, or inner rim of them. You’ll need a few coats, and you’ll definitely want to line both the upper and lower rims, which can take practice. Use a soft pencil like Chanel’s Le Crayon Khol Intense Eye Pencil in Noir for easy application.

Step 2. The eyes are stark, so warm up cheeks with Shu Uemura’s Creamy Dome Blusher in Sunlight Peach.

Step 3. Lips were kept pretty and nude. Try MAC’s Marcel Wanders collaboration lipstick in Annelie — a frosty nude that pairs well with the look.