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Draping Makeup Trend | Beauty Tips

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How to get sculpted cheekbones this season? With the draping technique, of course; say goodbye to contouring and strobing for now. But what's draping? It was a very popular makeup trend in the '70s, so it isn't something new at all, and simply consists in highlighting some features of the face by blending the blush, usually 2 complementary shades: the darker one to sculpt the cheekbone while the lighter one to enhance the apple of the cheek and blend the colors out to avoid the patchy effect. Blending is the key to achieve a flawless result, it takes time but definitely it's worth it.
I just love this technique, it's very natural and femine, plus it gives those romantic and doll vibes to the makeup which I personally find so irresistible :)

What about you, are you into this beauty trend? Yay or Nay?

Have a nice week everyone!



Unknown said...

io adoro questo tipo di make up, quello che a' l'effetto salute, chiamiamolo così

Esmeralda said...

A me piace molto questo tipo di make up. Credo che sia sempre di moda.

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Paola Lauretano said...

Sembra molto interessante questa nuova tecnica, tu sarai sicuramente già bravissima a metterla in pratica!
Kisses, Paola.

the chilicool said...

Bellissimo questo make-up, una tecnica interessante!
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Glam up your Lifestyle said...

Draping sounds interesting, dear Lilli. May this is a makeup trend for me. I dry to counting, but I have two left hands. This is not for my. draping sounds a little bit easier to handle. Thank you for introducing this new technic.
Have a fantastic week dear Lilli. It's still freezing in Germany

Rowena @ rolala loves said...

This is a technique I would definitely like to try! I mean who doesn't want more defined and sculpted cheekbones. Thanks for sharing Lilli! Happy new week babe!

Beauty Unearthly said...

Great tips Lilli and a very helpful post! kisses

Anonymous said...

This is the first time that I hear about the draping technique. I'm not a fan of contouring and I don't think that I will ever be able to master it. I will look into draping to see if that could be something that would work for me.

Gingi said...

Ohhhhh, I am gonna have to look more into this!! Thanks for sharing doll! <3 - http://www.domesticgeekgirl.com

The Dainty Dolls House said...

Good morning Lilli!! This looks more like something I would do. Very lovely. Maybe easy enough for me to do. lol. I hope you have a great day. Hugs xox

Vale ♥ said...

E' una tecnica makeup che mi piace molto, Lilli! Bacioni

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Ivanasworld said...

Lovely post , thanks for sharing :)

Unknown said...

E'quella più facile anche per una non pratica come me, ecco se fossimo poi vicine chissà quanto trucchetti potresti insegnarmi ❤️ Baci

Rebeca Muñoz López said...

Hi Lilli, I think this finish is more natural and does not harden the face, I like it! I'll investigate more about it. Kisses.

Chic Delights said...

I wish I can do contouring correctly. I admire the women who can do the contouring because it really looks good.

bydee-make-up said...

I love this trend! <3
Kisses, sweetie.

Lilli said...

Thanks for visiting! xo

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