Red Alert

From soft and romantic to a punky cat eye and from a glossy fluro lid to an edgy block. Paint the town red with this wonderful vibrant pigment!

Following the ongoing make-up trend for red eye make-up Rozelle Parry shows you how to wear the often difficult colour of red. In a series of four different looks she shows how to celebrate the greatness of the red eye make-up.

‘If you dare to wear…red rocks’

Starting with a romantic red eye on a pale matt skin, the shadow is softly blended over the lid and smudged under the lower lash line. A matt red blusher is softly swept over the apple of the cheek and extended into the hairline and blended out. A tiny touch of red is mixed with lip balm to add a subtle tint to the lips to complete the look. 

The second version of a red eye is a sexy metallic red cat eye. Teamed with a red eyeliner and fine reflex glitter which is added to the inner corners. Finlly finished with plenty of black mascara on the top eyelashes to give plenty of feline attitude.

The third look is glossy and wet. Inspired by red paint and visible brush strokes. The gloss is painted on the eye and feathered out using individual light brush strokes.

The last image is a more punky block red with hard straight edges. Keep the shape clean and the skin raw to complete these looks to show just how much…

RED ROCKS!

Featuring: Marie Emborg @marieemborg

Production: beauty editor and makeup artist: Rozelle Parry @rozelleparrymakeup / Photographer: Henrik Adamsen @henrikadamsen / Agency @lemanagement 

Brands: Mac @maccosmetics / Kryolan @kryolanofficial / YSL @yslbeauty / Tromborg @Tromborgcom / Armani @armanibeauty / The ordinary @theordinaryskincare / Revolution @makeuprevolution / Bobbi Brown @bobbibrown

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