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12 November 2015

"The Night Is Young"


Looking for your next party hair and beauty combo? The face of Rimmel London, Georgia May Jagger, has some ideas. Adding a start struck statement earring doesn’t hurt either! Georgia May Jagger learned her night out beauty routine from the best. “My mum (model Jerry Hall) loves experimenting with makeup, changing her face in different ways,” says Jagger, 23. “She has a face that’s so good with makeup, you know?” When Jagger gets ready for a glamour’s night out, home in London, she has a gorgeous and easy routine: “Play some Wu-Tang, pour a glass of wine, and sit in front of the mirror with all my makeup.” Her new tip, she says, is applying powder shadow on eyes, and then putting lip balm on top. “It makes the creamiest eye shadow,” she says. Want to get her style for yourself? Check out how to rock this party look right here! Get the London Look.




Glittery Red Lip: What is old is new again! This statement is so true, especially when it comes to your makeup. That shinny lip has been all over Instagram and copying it has been a challenge. Not everyone knows the true secret to doing it just right. To get that 70s glam kind of thing, first, use your favourite lip colour; a satiny finish has the perfect amount of stick for the glitter. (Try Mac’s Rebel lipstick, it has this satin light finish with a show stopping vibe.) Or a matte finish can also do the trick quite nicely, (Mac’s Russian Red lipstick matte finish is so breathtaking.) Next, choose a fine glitter (Make Up Forever Glitter) works well – the trick is to use the pad of your finger to press the glitter onto your lips. “I use orangey gold, “she says, but you could try pink or violet. The options are endless.” The style can really draw attention to your face in such a positive way. If you want a unique shinny look, experimenting with different shades and textures can really brighten up your complexion. 

Sculpted Rosy Cheeks: The retro 40’s and 70s brought the just blushing cheeks to envy. To modernize the style, pair creamy bronzer (Rimmel London’s Good to Glow Highlighter in Soho Glow) and brick red-blush. They used powder back then, so cream formulas are your newer alternative. They feel more natural as if it was your own skin. Apply bronzer on the apples of your cheeks, throw a gorgeous smile, not only is a smile the best medicine for your soul, it helps with the application! Blend the darker blush onto the underside of your cheek bone. With cheek colour this deep, keep lips soft with a peachy tone or if you are daring, try a fiery red to shock your lippie system. A swipe of pencil eyeliner for upper and lower lash lines cover a classic effect to the eyes. 

Full Drama: For that high impact 60s effect, hello Twiggy! Use an eyelash curler first on your natural lashes, and then apply several coats of shock proof mascara. Once it is dry, go in again with the wand holding it vertical and doing a back and forth window washing movement. It gives off this controlled and dramatic effect! If you wish to go a bit further. Using falsies is another option if you feel your lashes are not as thick. If you wish for a supermodel 60s appeal then check out (Rimmel London’s mascara) Who knew something cheaper could be so effective! 

Va Va Volume: To get Jagger’s voluminous texture, first work into your hair a (Root Lifting Mousse), then twist small sections of your hair into a small bun before your blow dry. Afterwards uncoil the buns, then sprits with a spray wax to create a piecey separation. Jagger flipped her hair to one side to nail the retro vibe, and –scene stealing show of the night. 
The nights are young, and so are we; recreate this supermodel style with an effortless take. For more beauty and fashion tips check out my Instagram and Twitter.

Photography Marie Claire UK

Written by a retro girl at heart Heather Lisa Noire.

               




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