Beauty tips: make waves with sea-green eyes

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Green eyeshadow, in sunglasses of seaweed and emerald, glittered from the AW18 catwalk. At Ashish, the models wore it below formidable Egyptian-fashion cat’s eye kohl, swooshed up to the forehead with a touch of gold. It becomes divine. Though you’ll be seeing green, it’s all and sundry else who can be jealous.

Get the look

1. Fenty Beauty Mademoiselle Plush Matte Lipstick in Midnight Wasabi £sixteen, harveynichols.Com
2. Laura Mercier Caviar Stick Eye Colour in Jungle £23,
3. Inglot Freedom System Eye Shadow Matte in 372 £five,
four. Chantecaille Les Perles Metallic Eye Liner £36, net-a-
5. Lipstick Queen Lip Gloss in Frog Prince £22, spacenk.Com
6. Chantecaille Les Perles Metallic Eye Liner £36, internet-a-
7. Decorté Eye Glow Gem £25,
eight. Nars Night Porter Eyeshadow £19, narscosmetics.Co.Uk
9. Urban Decay Moondust Eyeshadow in Zodiac £sixteen,
10. Smashbox Always On Gel Liner in Baller £18, Smashbox.Co.United Kingdom

Famous faces

Val Garland, one of the world’s first-class make-up artists, has posted an e-book sharing the foundation in the back of her paintings with stars, including Vivienne Westwood and Edward Enninful. £35, laurenceking.Com.

Waterworks

The most sublime alternative to plastic water bottles has got that little bit elegant-er, thanks to the bar. It has released unique lids for the bottles with little lip balms that click smartly on the pinnacle. Who needs a handbag while your water bottle does all of it? £eight, mybkr. Co.United Kingdom

Some find it irresistible hot.

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