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Why this season is all about being fresh faced

14Sep
Why this season is all about being fresh faced

If there’s one beauty trend that we can’t get enough of on this season’s catwalks, it’s the fresher face. Think skin that’s dewy, majorly healthy, and has everyone thinking you’ve just been to a spa. Not only is it quick and easy to apply in the morning, it also flatters everyone, and nails that ‘I woke up like this’ finish.

Why this season is all about being fresh faced

You don’t need a ton of products to achieve it, either. The best place to start is your base, and Fresher Skin Foundation, £7.49, has that second-skin look down to a tee. The sheer coverage works wonders at camouflaging any uneven patches, but still lets your natural tone shine through. Plus, it absorbs excess oil for a smooth, yet dewy canvas.

Once you’ve got that down, you can go over any blemishes with Hide The Blemish Concealer, £3.99, which is an ultra-creamy, concentrated stick that disguises spots in seconds.

But this look isn’t just about base. You can add to the effect with Royal Blush, £4.49, a cream blusher that gives the healthiest flush, and morphs into a lasting powder finish.

Bump up the effect with a swipe of Brow This Way Gel, £3.99, through your arches, then pick a lip colour. We love Moisture Renew Sheer & Shine Lipstick, £6.49, in the peachy hue of Better & Brighter.

You don’t have to go sheer on the lipstick, though. A fresher face works just as well with an autumnal, berry lip, so rev up the colour with The Only 1 Lipstick in Oh So Wicked, £6.99, for days out in the city.

Why this season is all about being fresh faced

And there’s another big complexion trend on the runway. When you’re not wearing your fresh faced look, be sure to give sculpting a go. Click here for three reasons we love the look. 

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