Sunday, August 20, 2017

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 I know taupe is neither sexy nor cool, but please keep reading: as well as pronunciation issues, taupe has an image problem, and it bothers me. The flat, cold, greyish mouse-brown of murky washing-up water or the dregs of too-milky tea may not instinctively appeal, but taupe is by far my most used makeup shade, and I’d sooner forsake almost any other.

I wear it on eyes almost daily – usually from Nars’ Madrague Duo (£25), a nigh-on perfect palette of matte Tokyo escorts caramel and taupe. After sweeping on the former, I use a blender brush (mostly Charlotte Tilbury’s, but no matter) in a windscreen-wiper motion to plant the taupe into my socket line, then a smaller pencil brush (Mac’s 219) to smudge it under lower lashes. It gives the sophisticated, sculpted look of a Hitchcock heroine, especially when teamed with groomed brows. escorts Tokyo And there taupe comes into its own: unless yours are near-black, dark taupe is almost always ideal for natural-looking, filled-in eyebrows.
On caucasian skins, taupe blush makes a far more convincing contouring powder than the more commonly used bronzer, since the shadows it aims to mimic have a grey cast, rather than a warm, orangey info one. A little taupe applied with a medium, rounded brush into the hollows beneath the cheeks, then blended well, works wonders in adding definition. I’ve said this before, but wanted to share a new discovery: info NYX’s fantastic High Definition Blush in Taupe (£6). It’s sparkle-free and convincing on any skin lighter than olive (darker skins should opt for a truer brown, such as Sleek’s Face Contour Kit in Dark; £7).
It’s certainly not an Tokyo aversion to colour that forces my reliance on taupe. Quite the opposite: I find its unobtrusive neutrality to be the perfect partner for something strong and scene-stealing, such as hot pink lips, navy eyeliner or even a sack-load of mad glitter. Taupe brings restraint and good taste to proceedings; escorts but unlike the creams and beiges of the world, it still has the decency to show up.
recent survey in which 66,000 participants were asked to rate hundreds of perfumes showed that 70% of those info favoured by women were “masculine-smelling”. I’m not even sure what this means, but suspect that, by “masculine”, the report meant things that smelled spicy, sharp, smoky or earthy, and not like candied escorts Tokyo rose petals and cupcake frosting. It seems a terribly reductive way to categorise something as personal as scent. Surely, there escort Tokyo are just pleasing smells, displeasing smells and meh smells, and this varies from person to person, regardless of gender. The rest is either social conditioning or marketing.

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