By Amy Lawrenson
Effortless, modern and beautiful was how Stila make-up artist Sarah Lucero described the look at Matthew Williamson and I have to agree. Skin was given a beautifully dewy finish thanks to Stila One Step Bronze, £24, which evens skintone and gives lacklustre complexions a much-needed boost. The Stila Classic Convertible Colour in Camelia, £16, added an extra hint of bronze to the contour of the cheek bones. The brow was brushed up and given density with a brow pen and a dusting of soft red-brown eyeshadow to add a hint of warmth, while lashes were effortlessly defined with a whisper of mascara.
Manicurist Katie Hughes used Butter London's Nail Foundation base coat, £12, followed by one coat of Pink Ribbon, £12, with another layer of Nail Foundation whic has a peachy tone so looks great worn alone or layered under and over other polishes to add depth, the effect here? Expensive nails.
Toni & Guy stylist Cos Sakkas pulled hair into a low pony with a soft, dishevelled texture; beautifully effortless.