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How to use Pantone's Colour of 2019 in your make-up

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Living coral makeup

Universally flattering, coral is the antidote to January gloom. Add some on-trend colour into your make-up bag to start the year right. 

Trend experts at The Pantone Color Institute, the global authority on colour, have crowned Living Coral as Colour of the Year 2019. Warm, vibrant and also calming, this multifaceted shade, officially known as PANTONE 16-1546, is exactly what your make-up repertoire needs. Here, Stylist shows you how…

Charlotte Tilbury Lipstick in Sexy Sienna

Living Coral makeup

Formulated with 3D glowing pigments, this rose gold-encased lipstick has a golden coral finish that suits all skintones.

Too Faced Sketch Marker in Papaya Peach

Living Coral makeup

Inspired by Japanese calligraphy pens, Too Faced’s liquid eyeliner has a flexible tip like a paintbrush to create precise, smooth strokes.

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Blush in Dim Infusion

Living Coral makeup

A marbled blush and illuminiser hybrid that infuses coral and pearlescent pigments to create a healthy flush on the skin.

Bobbi Brown Brightening Brick in Coral

Living coral makeup

This cult product combines illuminating formulas with a gorgeous coral blush and warm bronzer – your January get-up-and-glow in one compact.

Huda Beauty Coral Obsessions Eyeshadow

Living coral makeup

An amalgamation of corals, burnt oranges and rosy reds; this small compact has all the shades you need for an on-trend look.

Chanel Le Vernis Longwear Nail Colour in Coralium

Living Coral makeup

Apply two coats of this nail lacquer for an ultra-shiny and vibrant finish. The best bit? Its long-lasting formula will see you through a week.

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