Masterclass: Clash Mob
Cleanse your face and apply a moisturiser. Then
dab some liquid foundation with your fingers and
work it in with a foundation blending sponge.
Contour the hairline, nose, jawline and cheekbones.
Apply an orange cream-based eyeshadow from
the inner corner of the eyelid till the middle
using an eyeshadow brush. The cream base will
serve as a primer that will prevent the eyeshadow
from creasing or fading.
Using a blue liner brush, start from the mid-point where the orange ended and draw it outwards. Lengthen it to
a winged tip, then draw the upper
lashline backwards and extend the colour to the inner corner of the eye.
Dab matte orange eyeshadow over the orange cream base and blend it to meet the blue area. Pat on matte blue eyeshadow over the blue base and blend it into the winged tip. Using a dark blue kohl, line the lower lash line and waterline.
Add loads of mascara. For some added drama, you can even try false eyelashes.
Leaving a section in the front, gather the rest of your hair and tie in into a high ponytail. Tease the front section with a teasing comb for volume and pin it in to the ponytail. Use a gel to set the hair and limit flyaways. This look calls for a neutral lip colour. Apply a coral lipstick with a lip brush.
We’ve had fun with colour blocking with clothes, shoes and accessories for a few seasons now. Makeup and hair artist Recinda Martis extends the fun trend to create a geometric eyepopping look.By Joyoti Mahanta
“THERE IS NO RIGHT OR WRONG WAY TO LAYER COLOUR, YOU JUST NEED TO FIND A COMBINATION THAT SUITS YOU. FOR CONTRAST, SELECT TWO BOLD HUES FROM THE OPPOSITE ENDS OF THE COLOUR SPECTRUM.”
PHOTOGRAPHS- SHREY BHAGAT; MODEL: NICOLA ( INEGA MODEL MANAGEMENT) ;
T-SHIRT WITH POCKET,BHANE