Q: Can you give me some hot tips for autumn make-up?
A: For the lips, invest in nude shades. Look for creamy and glossy textures. If you are fair, opt for pink tones. Those with a medium tone can go for peach lips. Brown tones are best for darker skin.
For the eyes, choose gold or silver eye shadow. Dab some of it on the centre of your lid to illuminate your look. For a radiant complexion, mix some highlighter with your foundation. Apply it in strategic areas of your face, such as the cheek bones.
Q: Is there a way to make my hair colour last longer?
A: Most women only think about care after colouring their hair, like colour protection or locking shampoos and conditioners. However, there are other ways to make it last longer. The week before your appointment, prepare your hair with deep conditioning. This will strengthen your hair to take in the chemicals. Healthier locks hold onto colour longer by sealing it in. Another tip is scalp protection. During the dyeing process, skip the wash. Natural oils create a protective layer.
Q: Do you have a good trick to transform my day make-up to a look for the night?
A: The transition can be made by adding little details, such as glossy eyeliners. Prep your lids with an eye shadow primer so the colour doesn’t spread. Then use an eyeliner brush to trace the product along your upper and lower lash lines.
If you know that the night will be long, opt for a waterproof liner. Gel-based products give a slick and wet finish, perfect for a quirky effect. Pair it with nude lips and brush on a subtle bronzer for a simple, sexy look.
Q: Every time I wash my face, my skin becomes really dry. What should I do?
A: This is absolutely normal. However, to avoid dryness, you can use a cream- or milk-based cleanser. Stay away from gel formulas. They remove all the oils, taking all the moisture out of your skin. If you feel that your whole body needs a treat, then apply a cream or lotion right after your shower. Clean pores absorb moisture better.