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Makeup tips and tricks with vegan cosmetics

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One of the best things about makeup is being able to experiment – lab coats on, people! If you like being playful with your products, you’ve come to the right place to learn a few more tricks. Highlighting with blush? Multitasking makeup? Achieving pro results with simple techniques? We’re game for aaaaaall of that. When you want to be a makeup rebel, you need to get the pros involved, so we asked makeup artist Rebecca Barnes to show us how it’s done. She came up with game-changing tips and tekkers that you can use in your makeup routines to give your look that lil summin’ special. And as if that wasn’t enough, this has all been done using vegan makeup – so there’s really nothing holding you back if you wanna go a bit wild.

Draping

Forget dabbing, we’re all about draping – the technique used by profesh MUAs when they sculpt the face using blush. We all know blush has made a major comeback recently, so giving this technique a go will have you looking lit and on trend.

  1. Start by applying the product with a blusher brush to the high points of your cheekbones instead of the apples.
  2. Blend a super-light wash of blusher along the jawline.
  3. Sweep the product from your eye socket all the way up to your temples.
  4. Make sure everything is blended seamlessly and you’re good to go!

Lay down a base

You may know that primers do wonders for the pigmentation and staying power of eyeshadows, but what if you don’t have one? Well, there’s a simple trick that’ll give any pigment a little extra punch…

  1. Apply a white kohl liner all over your eyelid. Coloured eyeshadows show up better on top of white, so this is a great way to intensify them. The kohl base also has a slightly sticky surface, which holds onto the shadow and makes it really long-wearing.
  2. Soften the edges of the white kohl with a fluffy brush and get your blend on. You want this base to look seamless.
  3. Now for the fun bit! Pack on any colour you want and make sure you really press the shadow into that base. Voila! That’s the easy way to get long-lasting, colour-popping eyeshadow.

Ombré lips in no time

Got a thing for the ombré lip trend? So have we! But getting it right can be tricky if you’re not Picasso with your lippy. Well, not any more. Thanks to the creamy formula of B. Matte Liquid Lipsticks, creating a flawless fade on your pout couldn’t be simpler. And, let’s be honest, if you can wear two of your fave shades at once, why wouldn’t you?

  1. Start by priming your lips with Lip Primer. This neutralising prep product will smooth and hydrate your lips, providing the perfect canvas for a gorgeous lip look.
  2. Apply your darker shade to the outer corners of your lips. We’ve chosen a vibrant pink called Frollicked.
  3. Once you’re happy with the placement, grab your lighter shade (ours is called Pinky Promise) and place this in the centre of your lips.
  4. Now for the magic! These lippies dry down matte, but while they’re still wet they’re oh-so-creamy and super-simple to blend. Use your finger to pat the two colours together, creating a flawless ombré that’ll leave your lips lookin’ ready for the gram.
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A guy’s guide: how to apply sun cream

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Summer’s on the horizon, which means one thing for most of us… trading the unpredictable British weather for round-the-clock sun soaking. Whether you’ve got a romantic getaway planned with your partner or you’re gearing up for the ultimate lads-on-tour holiday, a sunburn isn’t top of anyone’s must-see list. So, if you don’t want to end up like Will in The Inbetweeners Movie (you know what I’m talkin’ about), keep reading to learn how to apply sun cream so you’re protected (without looking like you used to when your mum legit smothered you in the stuff).

Face

It pays to remember that your face is a lot more sensitive than any other part of your body. That means it’ll burn more easily, and you need to take extra care when protecting it from harmful UVA and UVB rays – that means a sky-high SPF, people…

Apply Solait Anti-Ageing Face Fluid SPF 50+ all over your face and neck. A teaspoon-sized amount should do the trick. Massage it in thoroughly and make sure you spread it evenly all over. Add a bit extra to your nose – as it’s a higher point on your face, it burns more quickly and easily – and don’t forget the back of your neck.

You don’t know pain until you’ve had sunburnt ears. Stay peel-free by applying a pea-sized blob of sun cream all over your them – front, back, tops, inside, the lot!

Body

Now for your bod. Use as much as you need to coat your body thoroughly in SPF. Start by applying Solait Sun Cream SPF30 to your arms, then to the top of your chest and down to your stomach. Swim trunks can slip, so go a little below the waistband to be on the safe side. Continue applying the product to your legs and feet, rubbing it in thoroughly, until everywhere is covered.

If you’re planning to be in the sun for more than 30 minutes, experts recommend applying a second coat of the sun stuff. Chill out in the shade for five minutes while the first coat soaks in, then repeat the process for max protection.

When do I reapply SPF?

So you’re all protected and ready to face the sun, but when should you reapply?

  1. After you go swimming. Sun creams aren’t waterproof, they’re water-resistant and only for 40 to 80 minutes. If you’ve been in the sea, get the good stuff back on your bod asap.
  2. If you’re sweating, best believe that SPF ain’t gonna stick around for long, so reapply regularly and particular after exercise.
  3. No matter what you’re doing, you should reapply sunscreen after two hours of wear, so watch the clock and when the time ticks around, reapply.
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Five foundations for acne-prone skin

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If you suffer with acne, you may try your hardest to embrace the skin you’re in and let it breathe – but sometimes you just gotta cover those bad boys with makeup. Former beauty editor Lauren Naylor knows a lot about acne, having suffered with it when she was a teen, so here’s her very best advice on what you should be looking for in a foundation and the five products you should choose…

Rule number one is to steer clear of comedogenic ingredients, which are oils and acids that clog your pores. So when doing your research, read the ingredients list on foundations to make sure none of these is included, then do a patch test on your neck or the side of your face to check your skin’s reaction. If it feels immediately irritated, it’s a no-no. Similarly, if you notice a break out after wearing all day, you’ll probably want to try something else.  

e.l.f. Foundation Serum with SPF25

This weightless wonder worker is great at evening out your skin tone, brightening your complexion (thanks to goji berry extract and vitamin C) and covering those pesky pimples. When your skin is feeling worse for wear, the last thing you want to do is suffocate it with heavy foundation, so this is perfect for any lovelies out there who prefer lightweight products. This one also contains vitamin E, which helps guard your skin against pollution and SPF25 for protection against UV rays, which, yes, you do still need in winter.



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MUA Skin Define Matte Perfect Foundation

You can suffer with acne whatever your skin type, but it’s most likely to happen if your skin is oily. Matte foundations are great as they cover imperfections and help you manage shine. This MUA foundation also contains vitamin A, which helps minimise the appearance of pores – we’re in! Simply buff onto your skin, building up as much coverage as you need for a flawlessly matte and even complexion AND maximum shine control.



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B. Flawless Matte Foundation

This is another mattifying superstar, which absorbs the excess oils while making sure your skin is still hydrated. You don’t want to use a product that dries out your skin as it will cause oil glands to produce more sebum as they try to compensate, leading to – you guessed it – more acne. With a medium buildable coverage, this product is great for anyone who wants the finished look to be natural-looking and long-lasting.


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Collection Primed & Ready Anti-Blemish BB Cream

If you’re having a particularly bad bout of blemishes, you probably want something light and calming on your skin. A BB cream is a great option, and this one is powered by witch hazel – the ultimate spot soother. Buff and blend this skincare/makeup hybrid over skin for flawless, lightweight coverage and watch your pimple problems fade away…


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Collection Primed & Ready Illuminating Setting Powder

As we mentioned before, if you’ve got acne, you’re more than likely gonna need some shine control to get that oil under wraps – so it’s time for powder. It’s always a good idea to set any liquid products like foundation with powder anyway, but especially if you’re going out and want your look to last all night. This one is finely milled with just a hint of illuminating pigments for that perfectly powdered finish.


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How to nail beach makeup with vegan products

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Your flights are booked; the hotel looks lavish and your mate’s already packed their half of the suitcase (ain’t nobody paying for two hold bags – #savvy). Point is, you’re ready for your summer hols – seriously, days spent lazing on the beach can’t come soon enough. And for those of you who like to put on a little slap in the sunshine, we’ve come up with the perfect pre-beach makeup routine. It’s light, it’s gorgeous and it’s aaaall vegan.

Stay safe with SPF

Whatever the weather, you should always be wearing SPF, but it’s especially important in the summer and when you’re on the beach. Even if you spend the whole time in the shade, UV rays can bounce off sand and water. Apply an even coat of Solait Face Sun Cream Fluid SPF50 all over your face and neck – and don’t forget your ears! PS: This one is also an anti-ageing formula! #winning!

Lookin’ luminous

To get that natural glow we spend our lives lusting after, you need B. Cassie Lomas Sheer Liquid Illuminator. It’s super-lightweight, which is both great for boiling beach weather and giving you a natural look. Apply with your fingers to the high points of your face that the sun would naturally hit, such as cheekbones, bridge of the nose and Cupid’s bow.

Perfect where necessary

For beachy vibes, skip foundation. Let your skin breathe in the heat and just use concealer where necessary. The B. Flawless Concealer Duo comes with two shades: use the lighter one to brighten up the under-eye area and the darker one to conceal any problem areas. For a natural, second-skin kinda look, apply the product with a concealer brush, then blend out with your finger using tapping motions.

Bronzed and beachy

For eyes, we’re using one of our fave shadows, Bleach London Legal Highlights in Berwick Street Floor. This colour is gorgeous for the beach – it’ll give you bronzy lids with a hint of sparkle for a summer glow. Sweep all over your lids for a stunning wash of colour, and finish with a lick of mascara.

Get that glow

You don’t need to sit in the sun to get that gorge sunkissed look. A touch of bronzer will do the job. We used B. Cassie Lomas Whipped Bronzer, which is simple to blend and great for achieving a natural beachy look. Apply the product with a duo fibre stippling brush for a light look, taking it all around the outside of your face for that lit-from-within look. Apply it to areas where you want a bit more definition (like your cheekbones) but make sure it’s a soft finish. You’re going for sunkissed not contoured.

Flush of colour

Now for blush. Nothing says summer like a delicately flushed cheek. Pick up some B. Lip & Cheek Tint in Berry Nice on your finger, tap any excess onto the back of your hand, smile and apply the product to the apples of your cheeks. Use patting motions to blend the product until you’ve got a gorgeous youthful glow. You can also use this on your lips, which we 10/10 recommend as it really ties the look together.

Set and you’re sorted

Set your makeup with B. Pro Makeup Setting Powder. Take some of the product on a smaller-sized fluffy brush and sweep it under your eyes to set the concealer, then apply it to your T-zone to stop it getting shiny. The key is not to go crazy with it – just apply it where needed.

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How to detangle curly hair

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Curly hair can go from luscious to locked very quickly, and anyone with curls will know that detangling is essential. But how do you do it without breaking your hair? What can you do to make the process less painful? Which products are the best for battling tangles? We’ve answered all these questions and more with the help of model and influencer Simone Powderly. Here are her top tips for taming tangles and navigating knots during the detangling process.


Top tips for detangling

  1. Using conditioner will help you work out any knots, so always apply a product that’s gonna make it easier. Conditioners with silicones, like Pantene Gold Series Moisture Boost Conditioner, make the hair more slippery and easier to detangle.
  2. Trying to get through curly hair with one of those spiky detangling brushes is never gonna work and if it does, it’s gonna break your hair and make it extra frizzy. You can save yourself some pain if you use the Superdrug Extra Wide Afro Comb or even just your fingers.
  3. Apply whatever product you’re using from root to tip. This will help to make sure your hair is completely covered and start the detangling process.


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Should your hair be wet or dry when detangling?

When you’ve got a mountain of curls, dragging a brush through dry, knotted hair is gonna do one thing and one thing only – break it. If you want to stop frizz and keep your hair healthy, always detangle your hair when it’s wet (ideally with conditioner in). If you don’t have time for a thorough wash 'n' go ,just use a spray bottle with some water and detangle with your fingers or a wide-toothed comb.

What happens if you come across a huge knot?

If you’ve got curls, you’ll know that huge knots are just a part of life. You’re defs gonna find ’em, but getting them out doesn’t have to be a massacre! If you come across a tangle, spray it with some water (you can mix in a little conditioner to help you out), hold the hair above the knot and slowly work it out with a wide-toothed comb or your fingers.

What are the best detangling products?

To help complete your detangling kit, we asked Simone to tell us about her favourite products. She loves the Shea Moisture Black Castor range. The shampoo is great for removing any product build-up (which can happen if you’re using silicone-based conditioners), while the leave-in conditioner hydrates frizz and detangles. For some extra help during the detangling process, apply Cantu Coil Calm Detangler, which helps smooth out your hair, as well as adding shine. Simone’s brush of choice is the Denman Freeflow Brush for Curly and Afro Hair – defs a must in any serious detangler’s kit!


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How to use face gems and glitter for festival season

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Getting a good bit of glitter action going on is harder than it looks! You wanna achieve a grid-worthy glitter look, but you always end up looking as if a unicorn threw up on you. Sound familiar? Well, we’re here to change that. It’s all about mixing different textures of glitter and using larger face gems to frame certain areas of your face – JEEZ, who knew it could be so technical? That’s why we asked for a helping hand to show you how to create the best glitter look for festival season.

Go big or go home

A light dusting of glitter is all well and good, but this is festival season, people! It’s time to ditch the subtle approach and go all out. A great way to do this is by incorporating face gems. If you decide to use bigger jewels, make sure you apply them first. We chose the gorgeous Barry M Face Jewels in Dream Queen and followed the diagram in the pack. Apply the side pieces just above your eyebrow arches and stick the centre piece between your eyebrows. This will frame your face and make the end result look really profesh.

Next-level highlight

We’re all familiar with a dusting of highlight over our cheekbones, but with this look we want to achieve more than a natural glow. Squeeze a little PaintGlow Unicorn Glitter Body Gel in Gold Digger onto the back of your hand, then use your finger to apply the product with dabbing motions onto to your cheekbones and around the sides of your eyes. We also put some in the spaces between the chunkier jewels, to tie the look together.

Stay and slay all day

Now for the finer stuff. To get it to stay in place all day, we need to lay down a sturdy base. Use Barry M Glitter Fixer Gel on a cotton bud to paint an upside-down triangle with the product just under your eyes. Think glitter tears…

Blue base

To make this area pop with blue colour, we used super-pigmented Bleach London Glitterati in Washed Up Mermaid. Take some of the product and carefully pack it on top of the glitter glue. We used our fingers, but you can use a makeup brush if you prefer.

Finishing touch

We finished off by applying some chunkier blue glitter under the eyes to add some dimension to the look. We chose Superdrug Fantasy Queen of Darkness Hair Glitter Pot in Blue and used a cotton bud to apply it, to give you more control and stop you going OTT.

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How to make your fake tan last longer

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Streaky, fast-fading fake tan is the bane of any glow-getter’s life. Like, seriously, no one wants that – it is not a lewk. There are three main things that’ll make your fake tan look flawless AND help it go the distance. So, if you want your tan to be more Cazza-Flack glow and less Trump tragic, get your notebook at the ready, because we’ve got some tips for you…

Pre-tan

Prepping your skin before is TANtamount to making sure the bottled stuff looks lush. Make sure you shave and exfoliate at least eight hours before you plan to tan, to make sure skin is as smooth ’n’ fresh as poss, and that it’s had time to calm down. Scrub away those dead skin cells with Superdrug Vitamin E Sugar Oil Body Scrub and then moisturise with a light lotion. You don’t want to use anything too heavy, as it’ll stop the tan from absorbing properly into the skin. The Superdrug Oat and Coconut Body Lotion is the perfect consistency. Rub it in all over and pay extra attention to dry bits, such as elbows, knees and hands.



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Choosing tan

Picking your bottle bake is probs the most important part of the process. You want something that works with your skin type, so make sure you know that first before diving in. For those of you with dry skin, a rich lotion like Solait Tinted Bronzing Lotion is just what you need. You’ll get your glow, but it’ll keep your skin nice and hydrated at the same time. If your skin is more on the oily side, go for a lighter formula like a mousse or spray. Tanologist Self-Tan Mousse is our pick of the bunch – smell it and you’ll see why!

No matter what tan you go for, you should always apply it using a mitt and buff the product into your skin with circular motions. This will ensure an even, streak-free finish – nailed it!


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Aftercare

Now for the upkeep. If you want your tan to last, the best thing you can do is switch out your normal moisturiser for something with a gradual tint in it. Treat yourself to an overnight tan with Solait's Overnight Tan Mask for an instant sun kissed glow. Add a touch of HIGlow Radiance & Glow Body Cream to legs, arms and collar bones – this will enhance your glow and give your tan the wow factor. As for your hands, make sure you wash them whenever you apply fake tan or tinted lotion, but go over them with the Solait Tan Wipes to keep them looking even. Use in circular motions (just like a mitt) to avoid any streaks or patchiness.


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Find out how to wash and style curly hair

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If your curly hair looks more like a heap of havoc than a bouncy bundle of goodness, chances are you need to update your hair-washing routine. For girls with curls, this is an important part of haircare. It’s the time to pack your hair with moisture and shine, but it’s also really easy to dehydrate your curls if you’re doing the wrong things. That’s why we asked curly queen Simone Powderly to share some top tips with her wash ’n’ go routine that’ll leave you with curls to die for!

1. Pick the right product

And by that we mean shampoo! Curly hair needs silicone-free products with low or no sulfates. Split your hair into four sections and spend time working the product through each one. When you’ve given your mane a good ol’ massage, rinse thoroughly.

2. Go mad for moisture

Curly hair is dry by default, so you need to use a good conditioner and lots of it. Section your hair once again and work the product from root to tip, massaging it in thoroughly. Then take advantage of the super-smooth texture and use your fingers to detangle your curls before rinsing off the product.

3. Time for your styler

While your hair is still damp, section it and apply a styling product to the lengths and ends. Most of the best curl definers are quite thick, so if your curls are looser, mix a splash of water in with the product to thin it out.

4. Hair ’n’ air

It’s tempting at this stage to go in with a hairdryer and blow your curls all over the place. This manic movement will cause curly hair to lose its definition, and the heat will dry it out. It’s all about locking in moisture, so leave the air to do its work and wait for your hair to dry about 70% on its own.

5. Use a diffuser

Blow-drying does have its benefits, but you gotta do it right. Use a diffuser to minimise the curls’ movement. For super-luscious volume, tilt your head and gather sections of your hair in the diffuser attachment and push the dryer towards your scalp. Hold the hairdryer there until the section is completely dry.

TOP TIP: Use the cool setting on your hairdryer to avoid dehydrating your hair.

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Makeup for glasses

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Getting your makeup to look perfect when you wear glasses can be a bit of a struggle if you don’t have the know-how. Specs can overpower your face and hide your eyes – and don’t even get us started on how they mess up makeup on the bridge of your nose. Now we’re not prepared to walk around blind, and contacts are just too much faff, so we need to work out a way to get around the problem. That’s why we asked pro makeup artist Cassie Lomas to give us some tips.

How do I stop makeup rubbing off?

makeup artist using a beauty sponge to pat off excess makeup

First thing’s first, you’ve gotta wear a primer. It really helps your makeup stay put throughout the day. Another trick is to apply just a thin layer of foundation to the areas where your glasses touch your face (like the bridge of your nose), using a B. Blending Sponge. Simply press it onto your skin to lift off any excess makeup.


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How do I prevent mascara getting on the lenses?

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This happens because your lashes naturally grow outwards rather than upwards, so curling them is a must if you wear glasses. It’ll lift your lashes, so they don’t touch the lenses. Use a volumising mascara rather than a lengthening one, so you get fuller-looking lashes without causing problems, and apply most of it to the roots of your lashes.


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How do I make my eyes stand out?

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Give your eyes definition by adding liner but avoid black as it can make your peepers look smaller. Use something with a bit of colour, like B. Kohl Eyeliner in Copper, and apply it close to the upper lash line, concentrating most of the product on the outer corner and close to the roots. For even more of a pop, add a bit on your lower lash line.


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What can I do to stop my glasses overpowering my face?

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We’ve concentrated on the eyes but if you find your glasses are stealing all the attention, go for a really bold lip. Pick something bright and colourful like a classic red. We’ve gone for B. Cassie Lomas Matte Liquid Lipstick in The Nineties.


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What do I do with blusher?

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If you wear glasses, you should apply blusher while you’re wearing your specs. The bottom rim of the glasses gives a guideline to where you should be placing it. Sweep the blusher onto the apples of your cheeks and blend it up to the centre of your ears – as you do this, the brush should just be hitting the bottom rim of your glasses.


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Just Landed: NYX Professional Makeup

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This is not a drill! We repeat: THIS IS NOT A DRILL! NYX Professional Makeup has arrived at Superdrug and we couldn’t be more excited about it. The makeup favourite of pros and amateurs alike, this brand is all about giving you top-quality products at purse-friendly prices. No wonder it’s a fave among beauty influencers and makeup artists! Well, it’s now available to all of you, thanks to Superdrug. To get you acquainted with the goodies on offer, we thought we’d do a quick run-through of our insider picks.

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When it comes to helping your makeup last, it’s all about the prep and the set. Rub the Honey Dew Me Up Primer into your skin, be sure to let it dry before applying your foundation for a gorgeous glow. Then, once you’ve preened to perfection, spritz with the Setting Spray. You can go for either a Dewy or Matte finish depending on what look you after and both have a vegan-friendly formula. Both are long-lasting and will set your look in place so you can slay all day.

Gaga for glitter?

NYX Professional Makeup has got you covered. If you’re all about the sparkly stuff – let’s be honest, who isn’t? – then you need (like, NEED!) to try NYX Professional Makeup Glitter Primer. This will keep every beautiful bit of glitter in place and, when the glitter is as gorgeous as  NYX Professional Makeup’s Face & Body Glitter in Crystal, you won’t want to lose a single speck – it’s every holographic lover’s dream!

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Palettes galore

Whether you’re after shadows, highlighters or contour shades, NYX Professional Makeup has an abundance of palettes to satisfy your makeup desires. Two of the top players are the Highlight & Contour Pro Palette and the Ultimate Shadow Palette in Warm Neutrals. The first is great for giving definition. You can perfect anything from carving out your cheekbones to contouring your forehead with the range of shades available. As for eyes, if you’re into neutrals, that second palette is an absolute must-have in your makeup collection. The gorgeous mix of mattes and shimmers will enable you to create any look, from a flawless and simple wash of nude to a glam cut crease.

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Lashes, liner and brows

If you feel that no makeup look is complete without these three power players, NYX Professional Makeup has the perfect power trio on hand to help you finesse your look.

Fill in your brows with the Micro Brow Pencil for a natural yet full look with plenty of definition. Coat your lashes in the Worth The Hype Volume & Lengthening Mascara for fanned-out and flutter-ready lashes. Line and define your eyes with the precise and pigmented Epic Ink Liner. This stuff goes on like a dream and doesn’t budge. It’s waterproof too!

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