Ever since Kim Kardashian revealed her highly-coveted tricks to contouring, the beauty world has gone topsy-turvy in trying new methods to get those same sculpted cheekbones and defined facial features.
The queen of beauty, Huda Kattan, taught us how to contour with tape:
Celebrity makeup artist Sir John recommends patting teal eye shadow over the liner to seal the shade and make it extra opaque.
Next, add silver liner to your inner corners and to the center of each lid. Again, pat with silver shadow to enhance the metallic tone.
Now add a swipe of violet liner on the lower lash line and a coat of black mascara for the perfect finish.
Peek-a-boo Pastel-Pink Highlights
Pastel shades from lilac to baby blue continue to reign supreme among hair colorists -- especially as we move into music festival season. The peek-a-boo approach is our favorite way to test out the look, and blush pink is our go-to hue.
Start by sectioning your hair. Use the bottom of your ears as a guide for separating your strands, and pin up pieces you don’t intend to color.
Pro Tip: For best results with this shade, celebrity colorist Kari Hill recommends only coloring blond hair or light-brown hair that’s been pre-lightened.
Next, use the directions to make sure you mix your favorite pastel-pink color correctly, and then apply it to your hair in one-inch pieces.
Let it set for 20 minutes before rinsing, conditioning and styling. Then, play with different hairstyles that highlight your colorful coif.
We’re obsessed with this easy way to perfect your pout for spring. Layering two different lip colors lets you create your own custom hue.
Then, use what Sir John calls “the peanut butter and jelly, or PB&J,” technique to blend the two shades into one. Simply press your lips together (as if you were blotting on a tissue), but don’t rub them from side to side.
Now that you’ve got the know-how, it’s time to give these bold beauty looks a try.