A beauty/lifestyle blog By Kate Emma

Wednesday, 10 August 2016

Draping

The newest trend this season. Draping.
And no, it has nothing to do with curtains! Basically, instead of using your normal contour shade you contour with a blush.
Obviously this is only meant for the cheekbones, blush contouring your nose could look a bit Rudolf The Red-Nosed Reindeer but each to there own dear.

How to - 

You start with the darkest blush of your choice in the hollow of your cheekbone, then fade up the cheekbone into a lighter blush. Finish off with popping a bit of highlight on your cheekbone and Bob's your Uncle.

MAKEUP DRAPING

Face
Foundation - Dior skin in Nude
Concealer - MAC Studio Finish
Blush - Illamasqua Seduce and Ravish
Highlight - MAC's Soft and Gentle


Makeup Draping

Eyes
Eyeshadow - MAC's Mystery smudged along waterline
Mascara - Clinique Long Lash
Eyebrows - MAC Copperplate eyeshadow 

Lips - Illamasqua Ravish Blusher 


What do you think of this seasons new trend?

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7 comments

  1. It looks stunning on you! I just don't have the time for it (yet haha) watch this I will be raving about it in a few months! Your always so ahead :)

    Erin || MakeErinOver

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  2. I've not heard of this trend but I fancy giving it a whirl. It looks lush on you, doll! Have you tried Chroming?

    Lima
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  3. I always learn something new on your blog, will def have to try this out :) Hope you have a awesome friday hun xx

    www.fashionjazz.co.za

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  4. Oh I've not heard of this before but it looks stunning! I would never have thought to do this but totally trying it out tomorrow. This technique really suits you lovely. Xxxx

    www.beauteagenes.com

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  5. Draping! I haven't heard of this but I like the idea and the outcome on you is lovely, the pop of colour on your cheeks suits you so nicely.

    When it comes to blush I tend to use more than one, often hard to get the perfect colour so like to mix up blush with a deeper and a lighter colour.

    You look beautiful :)

    Laura xo
    www.shehearts.net

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  6. Such a gorgeous makeup look, have read a bit about draping but haven't tried it yet! Afraid that it'll become messy, but this looks so so lovely! Xx

    www.thefashionfolks.com

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  7. I've never been able to contour because I was never able to get a shade light enough to not look awful on my skintone so this is definitely something I need to try!
    Rebecca xx

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