The weekend is calling and the end of a long work week is in sight, and that can only mean one thing, it is time for Beauty Looks of the Week. From Barbie Ferreira trying her hand at the punk rocker look to Kim Kardashian and North West making a case for face tattoos, head below to enjoy the best looks from the week…
BEAUTY LOOKS OF THE WEEK
Burberry beats, punk pencil brows and face tats: Lizzo, Barbie Ferreira and Kim Kardashian show us how to serve in this week’s makeup round-up.
Barbie Ferreira tired her hand at 90s pencil brows and punky locks
Whenever a beloved actress looks to embody their most famed character within the real world, it makes for a trending-worthy display, and this was made clear by Barbie Ferreira this week. Taking a leaf out Kat Hernandez’s book, theEuphoria star adopted the punk aesthetics and moody persona of her on-screen character. Following on from her thin-browed moment at this year’s Met Gala, Barbie showed off a set of pencil-thin 90s brows, which arched over a bold metallic smokey eye moment in a truly punk-rock manner. And, what better to accompany the statement beat than a set of two-toned locks boasting an electric red and inky black colour palette?
Lizzo was the ultimate Burberry babes
In the name of switching pace, singing sensation Lizzo shook things up this week with an unusually sweet serve – and, we are here for it. With perfectly curled ringlets highlighting the caramel streaks running down the singer’s hair and a clip-adorned fringe giving the look a school girl edge, the singer was a vision, especially thanks to the classic Burberry cheque of her bandeau dress which was reflected in the singer’s nails. And, as if that wasn’t enough, true to form Lizzo’s face was completely snatched.
Jordyn Woods looked positively peachy
The rapid rise of Jordyn Woods to the forefront of the beauty world has been a thing to behold. And, her latest ‘gram post proves why. Washed over in an array of peachy hues, Jordyn showed off her seamless cut crease eye look, which was perfectly matched by a rosy blush and glazed lip. Accompanied by a platinum sweeping side fringe and an extravagantly feathered top, the look was a display of colour coordination done right.
Face tattoos are officially a thing, Kim Kardashian and North West said so
By now, it is very clear that North West sits at the helm of the fashion, beauty and pop culture spheres. With a blatant disregard for trends, the 8-year-old has followed in her mother’s footsteps when it comes to her ability to predict the next ‘it’ beauty or fashion craze and make them her own before their time. Proving this to be this case this week was mum Kim Kardashian with a trend-defying look. Dropping a snap on her Instagram, Kim K joined North in littering her face with an array of cute face tattoos, which included doodles of the sun, broken hearts and butterflies. If you see us rocking face tats next week, don’t ask questions.
Yara Shahidi schooled us in the art of eyeshadow and blusher blending
Keeping things cute this week was grown-ish star Yara Shahidi. Ensuring that her fans were reminded that makeup is a form of art, Yara pulled off a look that many have tried and failed to do so. With a rouged blush adorning the peaks of her cheekbones and running into the corners of her eyes, a warm-toned two-in-one look formed instantly. Also, we are very much here for the return of the multi-coloured clip trend.
All hail Chloe Bailey, the queen of sultry beats
There was only one way to end this week’s round-up, and it was with our resident Beauty Looks queen, Chloe Bailey. While there is a bountiful array of perfect makeup looks and seamless beats to choose from when scrolling through the singer’s Instagram, this post, in particular, grabbed our eye this week. Looking to the wonders of graphic liner, the superstar showed off a smoked out wing and brown shadow eye look that worked to give her a snatched paint, which was assisted by some deep contouring. And, with her hair tied in a tangled bun sat atop her head, the look worked to prove once more that Chloe’s current domination of the zeitgeist is well and truly deserved.