The colours for Spring 2010 are all about pastels and corals. But how do you ensure that the colours blend nicely without looking garish? Our make-up artist, Chloe van Cuylenburg, will show you how...
‘Twelve’ is a gorgeous range of makeup brushes for professional and personal use. Each brush is numbered for easy identification of usage and has top tips printed on their re-usable travel pouches. The powder brushes are made from the softest natural hair for perfect distribution and blending. Whilst advanced synthetic fibres are used to apply liquid and cream products.
- Apply light pink eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eye
- Using Kent Angled Eye Contour Brush (Natural hair) to blend the eyeshadow
- Concentrate the pink eyeshadow on the inner corner of the eye
- Apply dark brown eyeshadow and sweep along the eye socket to create definition
- Blend along the eyelid and draw a cat’s eye with liquid eyeliner
- Stick diamantes onto corner of eyes with tweezers
- Apply glittery eyeshadow on brow bone
- Brush away any eyeshadow on face
- Curl the eyelashes and apply 2 coats of mascara
- Stick on false eyelashes and repeat steps on other eye
- Add fuchsia pink lipstick and dab some shimmery eyeshadow in the middle of lips
- Apply peachy pink blusher from apple of cheek and blend inwards
About Kent Brushes
G B Kent & Sons Ltd, manufacturers of brushes since the eighteenth century is one of the oldest established companies in Great Britain.
Kent Brushes (as they are now more commonly known) was founded in 1777 by William Kent in the reign of George III. Kent holds a pre-eminent place in the history of brush making, with an unbroken record of excellence in the quality of its production which has been recognised by the granting of Royal Warrants for nine reigns.
Kent's philosophy runs far deeper than just creating a great brush. They are dedicated to exceeding all expectations, are proud of their English manufacturing heritage, and they aim only to continue their commitment to this.
Kent Brushes are one of very few UK hairbrush manufacturers left. With continual pressure from cheap foreign imports branded with 'designer' labels and sold at extortionate prices, Kent has not buckled to the temptation of selling a lesser product at a high price point. They only produce world class products - without compromise.