Kate Shapland, beauty editor for the Daily Telegraph and recently appointed beauty editor for The Lady magazine, describes this season’s makeup (s/s 10) as refined, polished, dressier and more considered than fall’s . She also advises us to use clever products for a harder-working look. Her representative example is faces on Dior’s ready-to-wear runway. Basic features are: lipstick (instead of gloss), foundation (instead of highlighter) and mascara that gives false-lash-like volume. She suggests products such as: Chanel Teint Innocence Naturally Luminous Compact Make-up and Revlon DoubleTwist Mascara. For those who are not aware, Kate writes also her own blog “The Leg Room” and she works as a freelance beauty editor for 25 years, at various prestigious magazines including Elle, Vogue, Marie Claire and She. As Shapland says: “I really think the best you can aim for, as a freelance beauty writer, is to work for an editor who trusts you implicitly and allows you enough free reign because this inspires you to do the job as well as you can.” She has been awarded best UK beauty journalist twice and best national newspaper beauty journalist three times in the past six years.
Γνωρίζετε ποια είναι η Kate Shapland; Μια από τις διασημότερες beauty editors στην Μ. Βρετανία, πολλαπλά βραβευμένη επανέρχεται προτείνοντας το μακιγιάζ της Άνοιξης που είναι πιο επιτηδευμένο από ποτέ με το κραγιόν να αντικαθιστά το lipgloss, το foundation το highlighter και τη mascara να είναι τόσο ισχυρή που να δίνει αποτέλεσμα ψεύτικης βλεφαρίδας.