Even busy mums like to keep up with the latest fashion and beauty trends and although we are rushing to pick up the kids, make the dinner, go to work, get the washing done and juggle a million and one activities, we still want to look stylish and glam.
 
So to keep you busy mums in the loop of what’s in this season, we had a snoop at the latest make up look on this years cat walk and we have found the products you need to create the look yourself. This season an eclectic, cool look is key with fresh, dewy skin and a pop of hot red on the lips.
 
Max Factor’s Global Design Director, Pat McGrath, created a fresh, warm skin tone that was lightly bronzed with a shade slightly darker than each girl’s skin-tone, using Max Factor Xperience Weightless Foundation to add natural perfection to the skin. The foundation look is slightly matt with a subtle dewiness to achieve flawless coverage but with the lightest of feel.
 
To add a sun-kissed flush to the skin, Pat used Max Factor Bronzer Blush, swept across the cheekbones.  Eyes were naturally detailed using Max Factor Eye Liner Pencil in Beige, with the Max Factor Xperience Volumising Mascara in brown – the latest must-have from the Xperience boutique - a specially formulated mousse with natural carnauba wax that gives lasting high impact volume yet with a lightweight feel and hold, and with the sleekest coat of curl and colour.
 
For the lips, Pat created a vivid red statement using layers of colour by mixing Max Factor Intensely Red and Bewitching Coral.  To add a layer of sheer conditioning shine Pat swept on Max Factor Xperience Sheer Glossbalm in nude. The glossbalm formula has mango butter and shea butter so it’s really light yet intensely conditioning for lips.
 
To finish the season’s polished look a burst of hot colour was added to nails using Max Colour Effects in the show-stopping Red Carpet Glam.
 
So why not try out this look yourself, maintaining your status as the hottest mum at the playground. 

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