I woke up like that! Be made up and still look without make-up? The no make-up look conjures up a radiant and natural complexion. Today I'll show you how to do it and how you can easily recreate the natural make-up look. I'll also tell you their favourite products and insider tips from make-up artists in New York and Paris.
1. good skincare as a basis
The natural make-up look starts with your skincare routine. Make sure that your skin is sufficiently moisturised. The perfect basis for this is a moisturising hyaluron serum like the one by Dr. Barbara Sturm, followed by a rich care product like "The Rich Cream" by Augustin Bader or, as an alt
2. creamy consistencies
Once the skin has been "prepped", the next step is to apply the actual make-up. Creamy consistencies are recommended here, as they can be worked into the skin very well and thus provide a natural finish.
Starting with the base, it is better to use a tinted moisturiser instead of a classic make-up. It evens out the skin's texture, makes the complexion appear more even and does not cover as much as ordinary make-up. This tinted day cream by LePure is a favourite among Spanish make-up artists, who use it to give their models natural make-up for the Zara and Mango shoots. To cover dark circles and blemishes, simply use a creamy concealer like this one from Bobbi Brown:
Rouge & Bronzer:
Show your colours! Who doesn't know it: the slightly rosy skin after a long winter walk? This serves as a model here. Creamy blush sticks in peach, coral or rose tones, like this one from Kess Berlin, are best suited for this. The practical thing about it is that it also contains a highlighter on the other side, with which you can set natural, luminous accents on the cheekbones or in the inner corner of the eye (insider tip: opens the eye and makes the look more awake!). To give your complexion a further freshness boost, we recommend using a bronzer! This is the secret weapon to look fresher right away and conjure up a natural, lightly tanned complexion like after a holiday. This one by Tom Ford, also in cream form of course, is particularly suitable for this.
Gut durchblutet sollen sie aussehen. Dafür ist der Lippenstift von Charlotte Tiilbury perfekt geeignet. Die Farbe Pillow Talk passt sich allen Gesichtsfarben an und lässt euch so direkt strahlen. Alternativ erreicht ihr auch einen schönen, natürlichen Look mit einer getönten Lippenpflege. Diese von Honest Beauty schenkt euren Lippen im Winter gleich noch eine Portion Feuchtigkeit.
3. natural eyelashes & brows
Last but not least. The most important thing for a fresh make-up look: alert eyes. You can achieve this by curling your eyelashes with an eyelash curler. This visually opens up your eyes and makes you look fresher. The Shu Uemera eyelash curler has proven to be a long-time favourite. To keep the look natural, you can either leave the lashes un-mascaraed or apply 1-2 coats of brown mascara instead of black mascara. As a last step, brush up the eyebrows with a transparent eyebrow gel and the natural "no make-up" make-up look is ready!
Have fun with the make-up and see you next time,
About the author:
Eva Staudinger is a German model and is under contract with international agencies in New York, London and Paris. Due to her many years of professional experience, skincare, beauty and wellness are topics she deals with every day and with great enthusiasm. Her professional travels to New York, Sydney and London enable her to always get an insight into the latest beauty trends, which she will share with us from now on in the SoSue Beauty column. In addition to her work as a model, the native of Bergisch-Gladbach also completed her bachelor's degree in economics at the University of Cologne. In the meantime, she has moved her centre of life from the Rhineland to the north to Hamburg, where she lives with her boyfriend and where her German agency "PMA" is based. She regularly takes her followers on her Instagram account "evastaudinger" on her travels around the world and provides insights from her latest discoveries in the beauty, wellness and food sectors - anyone who wants to can take a look.