HALLOWEEN HUES Hot make-up trends for autumn 2013
Orange tones aren’t just for pumpkins this Halloween, but for the eyes too. Coppery orange shades a re a key on-trend look for this season and are versatile and wearable. Benecos Natural Baked Eyeshadow in Mokka (£6.95) will recreate the looks seen on the catwalks by the likes of Givenchy and J. Mendel (pictured right).
Top tip: Apply Chocolate generously over the eyelid and blend with Mokka up into the socket and underneath the eye for a vibrant, sculpted look.
Red lips and semi-stain pinks will also be bang on trend this autumn, just in
time to create a sexy ‘vamp’ look for Halloween. The catwalk models at Emporio Armani and Oscar de la Renta have been sporting red hues of lipstick, whilst semi-stained pink lips were popular at Christian Dior (pictured left) and Miu Miu.
We recommend Benecos Natural Lipstick in Marry Me (£6.95) – a bright cherry inspired red for a super sexy look.
Alternatively, Benecos’ Hot Pink Natural Lipstick (£6.95), blended from the middle out, will create a perfect pink stain effect.
Benecos lipsticks are formulated with organic jojoba to moisturise and protect.
The cat liner flick is another hot look this autumn and is not only on-trend but will also look fabulous teamed with a pair of killer heels for Halloween. Go for a dramatic shape or deep flick, as seen on the catwalks at Lanvin (pictured right) and Monique Lhuillier.
To re-create this look, the Benecos Natural Kajal Eyeliner (3.95) is a must-have for this seductive look which will last you through autumn and into winter.
Top tip: Use the Benecos Sponge Applicator (£3.95) to blend any harsh lines for a softer, sultrier effect.
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