jane iredale how-to: Non-touring!

Introducing the latest beauty trend of 2016… Non-touring.

In 2015 Kimmy K showed us how to accentuate our features with contouring – the face sculpting phenomenon. Next we saw strobing, used to help radiate and enhance your facial features with highlighters and concealers.

Keeping your look radiant and fresh, non-touring is about makeup that looks like your real skin, not heavily sculptured with obvious frost, think fresh, natural and dewy, with just the right amount of highlight to subtly define your features. Similar to the no-makeup-makeup look, non-touring makes you feel and look like you are wearing nothing at all – perfect for day to night! This is wearable and undetectable so your skin looks great in person and will look just as good in selfies.

There are three effortless steps in achieving this daytime friendly look.

Step 1:

Begin by priming skin to create a smooth even base, your primer should suit your skin type, normal to dry skin types will love Smooth Affair Facial Primer and Brightener as it restores moisture and radiance to skin. We recommend Smooth Affair Primer for Oily Skin for oilier skin types; this primer visibly reduces shine and the appearance of pores creating the ideal makeup canvas.

Step 2:

This look calls for lightweight coverage, so try our Dream Tint Tinted Moisturiser to even skin tone and give your complexion a dewy soft focus effect, as well SPF 15 protection. Our Glow Time Full Coverage Mineral BB Cream will cover blemishes and deliver a velvety smooth finish to skin, so it’s a great option for those needing a little extra coverage.

Step 3:

The last step in creating this non-makeup look is to allow skin to capture the light. Apply a blend of the two palest shades from jane iredale’s Moonglow Quad Bronzer, using the White Fan Brush, and gently sweep onto the high planes of the face where the light naturally bounces off the skin – on the tops of the cheekbones and the brow bone, along the bridge of the nose and on the cupids bow (upper lip).

Non-touring is the makeup trend that’s here to stay! Tag us in your non-touring looks on Instagram @janeiredale_australia

Great Gatsby inspired Makeup Look

Get Smoky with this alluring trendy look! The 1920s was a decade of exciting social changes and profound cultural conflicts. This look represents the way women felt as risk takers with a hint of rebellion thrown in… just for fun!
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STEP 1: Prime your skin with a Foundation brush going over eyes and lips. Apply your favourite jane iredale foundation to match your skin tone. Set with a Hydration spray for a long lasting finish.

STEP 2: Darken and extend your eyebrows slightly downwards with an eyebrow pencil or the Bitty Brow Kit.

STEP 3: Start with the lightest shade in PurePressed eye shadow trio Sundown applied with the Chisel Shader all over the lid. Then sweep the darkest colour into the crease and upper and lower lash line . Apply the mid tone colour on the lid and between the eye contour and brow and upper and lower lash line. Follow with Onyx Mystikol smudged along the top and bottom lash line using the Smudge Brush. Use the highlighter side of the Mystikol on the inner corner of the eye next to the nose and just under the arch of the brow. Add 24 Karat Gold Dust in Silver for extra glamour! Finish with Black Ice Longest Lash Mascara.

STEP 4: Add Cheekie PurePressed blush on the apples of the cheeks.

STEP 5: Define the lips with Berry Lip Definer, add Black Cherry PureGloss on top.

Tip: Wet your brush to intensify the eye shadow colours!
This look was created for the Sydney International Spa & Beauty Expo Main Stage Demonstration Sunday 25th August 2013.

Get Gatsby Inspired

Have you ever wanted to step back in time?
Well, this 1920’s Great Gatsby inspired look is sure to please!  The roaring 1920’s marked the era of the redefined modern women, movie stars, jazz, the Flapper and Art Deco. Champagne flowed and women adorned rounded, thin, extended brows. Blush was a “rosy rouge” and lips were shaped like ‘Cupid’s bow ‘ in deep red and plum.

The 1920s was the decade in which fashion entered the modern era. It was the decade in which women abandoned restricting fashions of the past for more comfortable clothes such as skirts and trousers.

Here’s how to Get the Katy Perry Gatsby inspired Makeup Look …
Katy Perry does gatsby 1920 look

  • EYE LINER :: Follow with Onyx Mystikol smudged along the top and bottom lash line using the Smudge Brush. Use the highlighter side of the Mystikol on the inner corner of the eye next to the nose and just under the arch of the brow.

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NOTE: This look can be adapted with PurePressed eyeshadow trio ‘Silver Lining’ or ‘Sundown’ or the PurePressed eyeshadow in Merlot.

Tip: Try jane iredale’s Professional Faux Lashes for extra flare….