Who says you can’t rock the trends, we are giving you the tips on how to work the catwalk trends yourself, easily and affordably.
Bright blue eyes
Blue eyeshadow not only gives you a flashback to the 80’s but is a huge trend on the catwalks right now. There are also many ways to wear it, you can simply just line the eyes with blue as you would with your normal eyeliner, or work a smoky eye re-do as seen at Emanuel Ungaro, with a block solid blue colour all over the eyelid for extra stand out factor.
Here are some affordable yet amazing products to create this look;
Max Factor Excess Intensity longwear eyeliner in Aqua = £6.99
Barry M Dazzle Dust in Kingfisher = £4.29
Block colour tips
This trend spures from the ombre nail seen on last season’s catwalk. However sports a chicer, stronger clear cut colour.
House of Holland clashed red with pink where as at Giles Deacon forest green and black was all the rage.
TIP ALERT! Hands not so steady? Use nail tape to create that clean cut line you intend.
Nothing says lazy summer like braids but the catwalk is taking it one step further. Ultra messy plaits went XXL in many shows this spring summer.
First prep damp hair with mousse and rough dry, tease with fingers before plaiting. After creating the plait loosen it and pull bits out and apart for that ultra messy catwalk appearance.
Mark Hill Just Tease me! Wide tooth comb = £3.29
John Frieda luxurious volume thickening mousse = £3.99
Red Lipstick Riot
When has red lips really gone out of fashion you ask? Agreed, however red lips has been made more of a winter thing at recent catwalks, however burberry are bringing red back this summer, clashing it with pastels for that stand out look.
As well as concealing and lining for that perfect finished look.
Sleek Lip liner in Rouge = £2.99
Elizabeth Arden Moisture lip in bold red = £21
Them low- maintenance locks have been fashioned all over this season featuring in Chanel, Etro and Jill Stuart as well as being carried onto the red carpets of many award shows this season. Ditch the straight look for this 70’s festival inspired waves, parted at the centre and styled to look like they dropped during the day.TIP ALERT! Avoid volume at the roots and instead only tong mid-length and ends for that drop out finished look.