Tuesday, 4 May 2010

'Anti-polished' trend emerging in make-up

There is an 'anti-polished' movement going on in makeup at the moment, with women going for plenty of colour and messed-up styles, according to an expert.

Make-up artist Georgina Graham told the Times that celebrities like Lois Winstone, daughter of Ray Winstone, are forging this trend for imperfect make-up.

'It's about having fun, playing and enjoying yourself, and trying something different,' she explained.

If you're bored of your look then maybe you should try getting some natural makeup in bright colours and experimenting.

Ms Graham certainly thinks now is the time to embrace imperfection and clashing, bold shades.

She told the newspaper that investing in some new natural makeup to follow this trend is a cheap way to 'be creative and express a different aspect of yourself'.

If you prefer a more classic look, Marilyn Monroe could be an inspiration, as makeup artist Polly Osmond recently used the actress as a muse for the Tuleh spring 2010 show.

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