From reimagined eyeshadow moments to Barbie beats, Rosalía, Bimini Bon Boulash and Storm Reid drop the bank holiday beauty inspo in this week’s beauty round-up.
To the delight of, well, everyone, the bank holiday is finally here. With that being said we are going to go ahead and assume that you have a hectic few days of socialising ahead of you, all of which will require some ‘gram-worthy beauty looks. Well, fear not as this week’s beauty round-up has a look appropriate for every occasion brought to you by some of your favourite names.
From Barbie-inspired full coverage glam to eccentric eyeshadow done correctly, head below to see the likes of Rosalía, Bimini Bon Boulash and more in this week’s Beauty Looks of the Week…
Rosalía introduced us to our new favourite eye look
The only way to start this week’s round-up off was with a quick shout out to our reigning beauty queen, Rosalía. Now, the singer’s subtle beat, glassy nails and soap brows in her latest pic may have tricked you into thinking this is a moment unworthy of a spot on our coveted round-up, but the eye art that features elevates it to the status of one of our favourite from the week. With two fine-yet-dramatic lines of crimson shadow sweeping underneath the artist’s eyebrows, a silhouette akin to the fox-like snatch of winged eyeliner presents itself, giving the otherwise-subtle look some serious elevation. Simple but statement-making, Rosalía just dropped our go-to festival beat for this summer, and for that we are thankful.
Storm Reid lets us know that inner eye shadow is here to stay
We all remember when Kylie Jenner broke the internet with her inner eye shadow. Having us reaching for our most psychedelic eyeshadow palettes and littering our feeds as every celebrity and their mother gave us their personal take on the look, it really was a makeup hack of the moment. Well, Euphoria actress Storm Reid is here to prove that it still is. Dropping a candid selfie on her Instagram, the actor served up glazed doughnut lips, snatched liner and seamlessly carved brows, all of which accompanied the star of the show: a flash of bubblegum pink eyeshadow. BRB, we are just dusting off our eyeshadow brushes and neon palettes.
Bimini Bon Boulash was a Barbie babes
If a full coverage look is what you are aiming to achieve ahead of a bank holiday spent partying the days and nights away, Bimini Bon Boulash has got you. Serving up old-school and high-intensity glam this week, the Ru Paul’s Drag Race star turned to a dusty rose gold colour palette which trickled into a glossy nude lip, warm blush and striking shimmery lid, all of which contributed to the Hollywood-esque air surrounding the look. With a Barbie pink dress beautifully highlighting the hue of choice here, Bimini had us wanting to rock all pink everything for the foreseeable.
Uglyworldwide brought the heat with her beat-meets-art weather map
We are always expecting the unexpected when it comes to avant garde model and makeup extraordinaire uglyworldwide. But, even then, her latest look was one to be remembered. Painting a literal heat map onto her face – yes, you heard us correctly – the Instagram sensation blurred deep blue and red hues with shocking yellows in a display of facepaint akin to art. With a peroxide blonde pixie cut sharply juxtaposing the artistic display, it becomes practically impossible to look away. We will definitely be trying our hand at some facepaint this bank holiday!
The old met the new in Dove Cameron’s latest look
To round off this week’s list we thought we’d give you a look at the beauty trip that was Dover Cameron’s latest display. Throwing it all the way back, the actress turned to the Kim K approved wet look as her new brunette locks radiated an effortless energy synonymous with the hair trend that once dominated our feeds. But, in a bid to transport the look into the now, Cameron turned to the ingenious minds over at Euphoria for a black, crystal-adorned eyeliner moment that would have Maddy and Cassie quaking in their Prada boots. Transcendent of eras, Dove killed with this most recent display.