By Funmi Fetto
Vary the texture and richness of the pinks you use on eyes, cheeks and lips – and add a pop of blue mascara to give your look some edge
Paul Costelloe proved pink eye doesn’t always mean tired eyes. Also, the catwalk was awash with it – and it was a hit. The trick is to vary the depth and texture. For lips, a berry pink is universally wearable. Blush should be a whisper, not a rage. On eyes, add a subtle bronze shimmer to the top and a dark liner on the bottom. Like a sandwich with a pink filing. And blue mascara? Be my guest.