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    The Makeup Of Lucy Boynton In Venice That Brings Together All The Trends Of Autumn

    Bambi eyelashes, natural blush and juicy lips, as always, the interpreter are ahead of what is going to take next season.

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    She has done it again. Lucy Boynton has conquered with her makeup once again on the red carpet. This time it was during La Mostra de Venecia, at the dinner Photocall that Miu Miu celebrated, who signs her dress.

    Starting with your look, it is framed with its incredible Bambi eyelashes, curved and with a lot of volume thanks to the black mask. With thousands of posts on Instagram, they are emerging as the option for the season, seen on catwalks such as Prada, Valentino or Dries Van Noten.

    To achieve this makeup popularized by Twiggy in the 60s, nothing likes working the eyelashes first with a curling iron and then applying the mask.

    On the eyelashes and around the eyes stand out the metallic glitters, a personal trick of the person in charge of the looks of the actress, the makeup artist Jo Baker, who helps to enlarge them? A detail that threatens to flood the street thanks to the success of the Euphoria series, in which its protagonists sport a similar style.

    On the face, as she has accustomed us, she looks for a natural and healthy effect, whose rise Baltasar Gonzalez, Mac's makeup director, already predicted during the presentation of brand trends. The healthy effect, healthy and young skin, triumphs because it seems not to wear makeup and extra skin quality, he said then.

    The trick: a good base that unifies the skin and blush on the cheeks thanks to a blush that matches the tone of the complexion, in the case of Boynton, the pink.

    The catwalks, like Blumarine or Stella McCartney, have also opted for her.

    To emphasize this natural effect, the same parades and Boynton cover the lip with a natural, dressed tone, to which gloss adds so that it gives off a natural light and a juicy appearance. It represents an entire declaration of intent of the interpreter.

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