This week our amazing Beauty Editor, Lottie Winter goes head-to-head against MUA Cher Webb.
The look this week is makeup artist Danessa Myricks’ amazing paint splatter look. It could go either way with this one, so stay tuned.
Paint splatters have never looked so aesthetic.
Going in with the paint splatter, both Lottie and Cher adopt a flicking technique with the brushes and face paints. Lottie dives into the red paint, looking a little too similar to blood splatters, which isn’t quite the look we’re after, but we have hope. Cher starts with the yellow paints, splattering on the cheek bones.
Cher continues to add to the splatters, but quickly moves on to applying the nude lipstick – always a safe bet in this case. Both apply the final paint splatters to finish off the look and it turns out that the paint splatter look isn’t for everyone.
Watch this week’s episode of #fridayfaceoff below or on GLAMOUR’s Youtube channel and have your say on who’s recreation you prefer, or better yet, share your own recreations of the paint splatter look with #fridayfaceoff
E.l.f. Jelly Pop Collection Is a Delightful Trip Back to the ’90s
The main texture found in the products of the line is, as its name says, jelly, which might cause kids of the era to flashback to when jelly sandals reigned supreme in their closets. Its watermelon scent might take you back to chewing on the Jolly Ranchers of the same flavor and bathing in arguably, the best-scent of a particular fish-shaped shampoo. One of Jelly Pop’s most eye-catching products – its Jelly Pop Juicy Gloss – might even remind you of the high-shine lip trend from the era. Check out the products, ahead.