As its name suggests, this boasts an artistic edge — coupled with a romanticism that would still appeal to girlie girls. To achieve it on peepers, gently dab on a colour of choice (particularly trendy this S/S ’19: the bright canary yellow used on the models at Erdem and Marc Jacobs), reducing the intensity as one works towards the outer lids (read: the innermost layer of the lid should be where the colour is most intense). Makeup artist Wee Ming, who created the look above, recommends using a powder eyeshadow as it’s easier to control. The same goes for blusher — light hand, powder preferred (but no, not yellow) — for a pretty, doll-like flush. Experimental types can try both at the same time; girlie girls, pick one.
Below, the products to use.
Photography Zaphs Zhang Styling Imran Jalal Hair Junz Loke/Hairloom, using Kevin.Murphy Makeup Wee Ming, using Shu Uemura Model Ketie/Mannequin Dress Marc Jacobs