Milan Highlights: Day 4

The best looks from the last day at MFW

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By Amy Lawrenson

After so many natural make-up looks I was pleased to be the last UK journalist standing in Milan today (the rest flew home last night).

Both the shows on my schedule came up trumps with colour (*happy dance*).

At Giorgio Armani Linda Cantello custom-blended two new Giorgio Armani Eyes to Kill Solo Eyeshadows (launching next May) - a lime green called Green Viper and a petrol blue called Scarob with Fluid Sheer to create a liquid that could be patted onto eyes.

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As for the rest of the look, 'Giorgio likes pale faces' Linda told me. 'He never, ever likes blush'. So the rest of the face was left au naturel.

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Over at Frankie Morello Terry Barber was playing down the eyes and working up the lip. He was road testing a new tomato red matte crayon called Velvetease Lip Pencil in Lover's Lane (I'm obsessed with this new crayon).

'It's a relaxed lip,' Terry told me. 'It's worn around the edges'. A little pigment in Genuine Orange really made it pop. The matte lip was offset by a dewy complexion - MAC Mineralize Moisture SPF 15 Foundation 'gave skin a ton of moisture' while clear gloss was applied to eyelids, cheekbones and the bridge of the nose.

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