Barely There Make-Up Look

Backstage, make-up designer Martina Lattanzi and her team will be working exclusively with Weleda skincare to prep the 25 models for a dewy ‘barely there’ make-up look.

Originally from Italy, Martina has built a reputation as a top Fashion Week make-up artist since she moved from Milan to London in 2012, and will be using her favourite Weleda lotions, creams and oils to create a fresh and minimalist look.

Martina has produced a little video showing how she created her Paula Knorr ‘barely there’ makeup look using Weleda skincare.
“I've found in Weleda the perfect blend of natural ingredients to create a flawless, radiant look. This range works very well on tired and sensitive skin, which is a concern for many models during Fashion Week. To start the look I’ll be using Weleda’s facial brush to brighten and freshen skin, before a light massage with a little bit of Almond Soothing Facial Cream mixed with a few drops of the Almond Facial Oil. The oil - absolutely one of my favorites - is a perfect multi-purpose product, and can also be used as a make-up remover. We’re excited to be previewing two new Weleda Beauty Balms, which will be launching in 2018. These are sheer, tinted creams for a subtle ‘sun kissed’ look. They even out skin tone without the full coverage of a foundation, so skin remains fresh and luminous – perfect for spring when we’re often feeling a bit pale and pasty! Weleda Tinted Lip Balm, in Rose or Berry Red, lends a gentle, coloured sheen to the lips without the stickiness of a gloss. To complete the look, Weleda Skin Food is patted onto the skin for a luminous sheen on cheek bones and brow bones, and finally in the model line up I add a last minute dab of Calendula Weather Protection Cream to the centre of the eyelid as a natural highlighter, to add shine for my ultimate dewy look”.

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