Pantone's colour of the year, Living Coral, is not quite as flashy as cherry red but equally vivacious. This versatile, flattering hue is perfect for Asian skin tones
Pink's the go-to hue for that rosy flush, but a pop of soft peach is equally romantic, and adds warmth to your complexion too. Makeup artist Beno Lim blended a sheer blush from the apples of the cheeks, across the cheekbones and into the hairline, eschewing contouring for a natural flush. Amp up the look with a lippie in a youthful coral hue.
Lace off-shoulder dress, $315, WHAT WOMEN WANT. Ring (worn throughout), Joycelyn's own.
"I envision my wedding to be dreamy, with lots of flora and fauna elements as well as fairy lights." - Joycelyn Thiang
A flash of silvery shine with eyeliner rimming the eyes gives otherwise classic apricot hues an unexpectedly modern and wearable take.
Dress and clip, stylist's own.
To intensify the look, pair coral eyeshadow with a swipe of a deeper brown-orange lipstick that makes for a striking contrast.
"I use facial sheet masks three to four times a week, and go for a facial treatment once a month. Extracting all the gunk out regularly is crucial to sporting fresh, healthy skin!"
Glam it up
You can wear this cheerful shade for evening too! Beno gave the usual smokey-eye look a prettier spin with smouldering peepers topped with coral eyeshadow, a rosy flush, and peach pink lips.