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Film Star Glamour The most popular request from celebrities is to make their skin look amazing. Ensuring skin is hydrated gives it that plumped-up healthy glow. There is no rule on foundation it depends on skin type and tone using lighter textures where possible for a fresher finish. A cream concealer can disguise dark under-eye circles and give fuller coverage around the nose and chin areas. On the red carpet contouring is essential. Suck in your cheeks and follow the hollow with a natural matte bronzer. Paint across the temples and along the jawline for added definition and then dust a finely milled highlighter on top of the cheekbones down the nose and on the Cupids bow. Adding a light cream blusher will give skin natural-looking vitality and painting on a glorious red pout is a quick trick for the wow factor - not forgetting smoky eyes with lots of liquid eyeliner and false lashes. Young and Fresh We all want to look our best and by best we usually mean the most youthful version of ourselves But if youre not careful with your application make-up can actually make you look even older so you have to make sure you have the right products and know-how. Tinted moisturisers are great to even the complexion a cream blush adds a natural glow whilst eyes work with light neutral colours. Finish this look with a natural slick of gloss on the lips. Wild and Crazy From full brows to bright eyeliner there are lots of make-up looks seen on the catwalks and worn by celebrities that might seem too out there for daily wear. I mean really whos going to use stencils to apply her eyeshadow and then glue a giant piece of lace to her face We can however take ideas from our favourite source of inspiration - celebrities. Maybe not David Bowie in his Ziggy Stardust days or Lady Gaga with extreme cat eyes neon lips and big feathery lashes but just by taking one aspect such as fun eyelashes or bright eyeshadow. Remember youre aiming at a fun funky look not Ive just escaped from the circus