Hot off Spring 2014 runway shows like Christopher Kane and Chloe, the nude trend is definitely proving to be a force to be reckoned with. And we can totally see why, as a refreshing nude palette makes a great versatile look for both day and night. In order to bring this natural yet runway-ready look to your makeup bag, look to our step-by-step guide to wearing the nude trend like a beauty-blogging pro.
1. Edward Bess Platinum Concealer Ivory Nude
The nude look always starts off with dewy and flawless skin, so it’s best to start by covering up all your imperfections with a multi tasking concealer. Before applying foundation, use this Edward Bess Platinum Concealer to cover up dark circles, blemishes and dark spots.
2. Giorgio Armani Face Fabric Second Skin Nude Makeup SPF 12
After concealing, use a foundation to even out skin-tone and add a three-dimensional effect to the look. For a velvety smooth formula, pick up the Giorgio Armani Face Fabric Second Skin Nude Makeup SPF 12, for heavy coverage. Use a stippling or foundation brush for best application. Want a bonus tip? To keep makeup extra long-lasting, be sure to use a facial primer before makeup application.
3. Juice Beauty Blemish Clearing Powder-Organic Translucent
Next, it’s important to set all your makeup in place, so dusting a translucent powder your face helps seal in your concealer and foundation while getting rid of unwanted shine. This translucent powder by Juice Beauty makes a great beauty bag staple as it’s organic formula clears blemishes and calms the skin.
4. NARS Greek Holiday
What nude beauty look would be complete without an irresistible nude lip? For a glossy and sheer pout, this Nars lipgloss in a creamy fleshy color will surely do the trick. Plus, it’s enriched with Vitamin E to keep your pucker supple and smooth.
5. OPI Samoan Sand Nail Lacquer
To take this look even further, bring some sexy nude to your nails with this OPI nail polish in Samoan, a subtle buff shade.