Here are Cha Cha's tips on what to wear on the rest of your face when rocking a bright lip…
__Wear it alone
For me the purity of a bright lip worn with nothing else is one of the freshest and most impossibly modern ways to wear one.
It chills the whole look down, is cooler and makes an impact without seeming too “done”. Personally, I only feel I can do this when rested and tanned from a holiday when my skin is at its best.
I’ve found that the best way to transfer this 2-3 week window into reality is this…
__SKIN SKIN SKIN!!!
Prep for glowy radiant skin with a gentle hint of luminescence. Keep it fresh,
I like to layer a serum and a light moisturiser and then get to work with my BFF.
Cover imperfections cleverly, keeping layers light. I always prefer skin to look like skin...
Just A Touch is perfect for this as I literally use it only where I need it and it blends invisibly.
Create shape with Cheekbones and go gently on the blush - a whisper for health rather than a full on feature of colour. I usually use Cha Cha (obvs) or Freddie as a day to day cheek colour but when wearing a bright lip I prefer to dial it down and gravitate towards Wiggs for that extra flush.
I prefer my eyelid left bare but a neutral natural shadow to contour the socket would be my choice to complete this look on the rare day I add an eye colour. The shade you choose here is greatly affected by your skin tone so do try Match2Me and pick from the neutrals recommended.
A groomed brow is vital... Curl lashes and add a lick of mascara, finish with The Right Light and let your lips do the talking…
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