A pale pink lipstick goes with just about any makeup look and adds a tinge of colour to a no-makeup. The main focal point of her Chinese actress Zhou Dongyu’s makeup look is her lit-from-within-luminescence.
To achieve that ethereal glow, invest more time and effort into a proper skincare regime and use products that suit your skin type. For supple and bouncy skin, slather on a sleeping mask before you hit the hay.
If bright hues aren’t your thing, opt for this subtle yet strong look seen on local singer Narelle Kheng. Keep the rest of your makeup simple and give emphasis to the eyes with precisely defined cheekbones.
To recreate Narelle’s sculpted look, sweep a shade of bronzer that is darker than your skin tone across the hollows of your cheeks and around your temples. With a big fluffy brush, blend the bronzer and finish by highlighting the top of the cheekbones for a glowy contoured look.
Upgrade your lob with loose waves for more volume like local model Fiona Fussi. If your hair is freshly washed, apply a little bit of hair wax or texturising gel over each section to give everything grit before wrapping the hair around the curling iron.
To create that carefree and tousled look, curl your hair in alternating directions without clamping down on the ends.
For a more dramatic look, wear a smokey eye with a bold red pout. Pair this makeup look with slightly undone eyebrows and dewy skin.
To achieve Taiwanese actress-singer Joanne Tseng’s blemish-free complexion, use a cushion foundation or foundation with sheer coverage and apply powder only to areas of your face that tends to get oily like the t-zone.
Spring is always the season to exhilarate the eyes and play with unconventional eyeshadow colours such as pink and lavender on your lids. Follow Taiwanese singer Rainie’s lead and keep the rest of your makeup fresh with soft lips and light coverage foundation.
Any skin tone can pull off lavender and pink eyeshadow, however, it is important to work with the depth of your tones to avoid looking too pale. Lighter complexions, for instance, should use paler shades while darker skin tones should use deeper shades.