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Three party make-up ideas with an illustrated twist from Hattie Stewart

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Want an evening look with impact? With a little help from illustrator Hattie Stewart, Illamasqua’s make-up director Clare Lille adds a twist to our three favourite night-time classics

Photography: Matthew Shave

Poison berry lips illustrated by Hattie Stewart

Face Finity All Day Flawless 3 in 1 Foundation, £12.99, Max Factor; Skin Base Lift Concealer, £18, and Glamore Lipstick in Vega, £19.50, both Illamasqua; Mechanical Lip Pencil in Sienna, £5.50, NYX

Above: Poison berry lips

Anchor the face with bold maroon lips by filling with lip liner then applying a matching shade of matte lipstick on top for colour that will stay put all night.


Molten metal eyes illustrated by Hattie Stewart

Liquid Metal Palette in Enrapture, £34, Masquara in Raven, £18, and Radiance Veil, £32, all Illamasqua; Infinity+ Sparkle Eyeshadow in 401 Peach, £2.80, Kiko Cosmetics

Above: Molten metal eyes

This season the smoky eye is reimagined in metallic tones of warm copper and vintage brass, brushed freely on to the eye. Apply a dab of lip balm over the entire eyelid first to break up the powder pigment on top, creating a soft crackled effect.


Double winged liner illustrated by Hattie Stewart

Precision Gel Liner, £20, and Sheer Lipgloss in Exquisite, £17.50, both Illamasqua; Liner Brush, £20, RMK; Grandiose Mascara in Noir Mirifique, £24.50, Lancôme

Above: Double winged liner

Add interest to a classic slick of jet black liner on the upper lashline by running a parallel stripe along the bottom lashes. Stretch the line beyond the inner corner and out towards the brow bone leaving the waterline bare for a Sixties doe-eyed effect.


Words: Shannon Peter
Model: Rebecca Bisset at IMG  
Hair by Kim Roy at One Represents  
Nails by Lucy Tucker at One Represents  
Stockists: Illamasqua (illamasqua.com), Kiko Cosmetics (kikocosmetics.com), Lancôme (lancome.co.uk), Max Factor (boots.com), NYX (boots.com), RMK (Selfridges.com)

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