4 Real-Women Beauty Makeovers
After: Daniele Menache
Her hair: Stewart painted sophisticated honey highlights and warm lowlights throughout Daniele’s hair. (Her old cooler-toned color
washed her out.) “This mix adds depth and dimension,” he says. Holcombe trimmed her ends to create playful movement and added
layers to frame her cheekbones. The finishing touch: a soft side part.
Her makeup: To bring radiance to Daniele’s warm skin, Silver swept her cheeks with a coral pink blush (try Three Custom Color Rebecca’s Favorite; $22.50, threecustom.com). Then Silver used warm brown and cool gray shadows to enhance Daniele’s eyes. “The shades contrast each other, which works to add some sparkle,” says Silver. Finally, she applied sheer pink lipstick (try Chanel Rouge Coco in Ruban Rose; $32.50, chanel.com). “Who knew understated could be so alluring?” says Daniele. “I’m over the moon without being over-the-top.”
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