Festive Makeup Looks using Rosalique
One of our favourite things about the holidays is the fact that we all tend to get a little bit more creative with our makeup. Even if you're not normally one for elaborate looks, Christmas is the perfect occasion to add a bit of sparkle here, or a pop of colour there. This year we wanted to show how some of our biggest fans use Rosalique as a redness-neutralising base to their festive looks. Did you know Rosalique can function as a great colour-correcting primer too? A thin base of Rosalique will not only blur out redness, but give you a wonderfully smooth complexion too - it will hold your foundation beautifully!
A redness-busting bright and festive look from Beth (@bethdoes)
"I used NYX Brow Pencil in Taupe on my eyebrows just to fill them in and then I did a simple shadow look with the VIP palette from Arttitude Cosmetics, using gold and brown/orange shades to add a little fiery Christmas warmth to the eyes.
I then buffed out the green Rosalique primer with Rosalique brush all over my face which neutralises the redness very nicely and makes my complexion more even - I like to use Rosalique as a primer in my makeup looks as it softens the redness across my cheeks and creates a more even base. I then added a thin layer of Huda Beauty Faux Filter foundation.
I contoured with the NYX Contour palette and added some highlight and finished off with Revlon’s Kiss Plumping Creme in shade Nude Honey."
A quick, glowy and festive mum make-up from Frey-ja (@muafreyja)
"I start off with the transforming Rosalique applied sparingly all over which instantly brightens my skin with a golden glow whilst neutralising any high colour. For under the eyes and any areas I still need a little more help, I dabble concealer around and blend in with my fingers. Followed by a dusting of mineral magic powder to set this all in place for a long lasting finish.
To give my skin a golden glow I apply bronzer where the sun would kiss me if I was sat in the garden, a sweep across the top of the forehead , down the nose, on the chin and a sweep slightly under the cheek bones for a soft contour swinging up around to the temples.
Despite having high colour in my face I still add blusher to give a youthful glow to the complexion. The trick is to avoid any thing pink or red based and to go for a peach/terracotta toned blusher instead. The Code8 Rose blush is a trio colour wheel with built in highlighter that can be dusted up high on the cheek bones.
To frame the face, I defined my brows with a stroke of soft toned brow pencil.
To quickly and simply define the eyes, I reached for the highlighter in the blusher and dusted under the arch if the brow, across the lower half of the eyelid and in the inner eye corner. This is a brilliant old school trick for opening up tired eyes. Again to keep it simple I used an old technique by Marilyn Monroe and reached for my bronzer applying a sweep into the socket line and blending upwards to lift the eye.
To define the eyes further I used the Charlotte Tilbury Super Model Nudes duo ended pencil. Taking the deep brown/black end through the lash line and giving it a gentle flick. Followed by the nude end inside the lower inner water line again to open up the eyes hiding any red tiredness. To finish up the eyes I followed up with lashings of mascara.
To compete the look I enhanced the lips reaching for the Chanel Long Wear Lip Duo. I went for a soft rose to keep the look awake fresh and youthful. The formula is super long wear allowing for eating, drinking and kissing without wearing off.
A quick and simple fresh makeup."