Cara Delevingne flew across the catwalk to help launch Burberry in Shanghai last week and we’ve already taken a look at the event, and drooled over Paloma Faith’s stylish look, now we move onto the beauty.
Burberry beauty artistic consultant Wendy Rowe created the beauty look that was inspired by the Bloomsbury girl, referencing the free-spirited, hand-painted mood of the ready-to-wear collection that was shown in Shanghai, but first introduced at the Burberry Prorsum Womenswear Autumn/Winter 2014 show in London.
The look is natural and fuss free to ensure that beauty shines through and focus is kept on the stunning designs of the clothing. It’s a look we’ll be trialling all summer with a care free attitude and now you can get the look too.
Eyes are painted with a wash of damson and aubergine to reflect the artist’s brush stroked. Rose pink is blended softly underneath the eye to emphasizes the natural depth and lashes are left bare, with naturally groomed brows.
Skin has a satin matte finish with a hint of freshness and lips are pink with soft definition. To complete the Bloomsbury Girls look nails are painted in a deep shade of elderberry.