Get the look: Mulberry SS14

Editing my make-up bag so that it fits into a clutch, whilst ensuring its contents help me seamlessly transform from day to evening, is always a challenge. 
To aid this decision-making I’ve taken inspiration from Mulberry’s SS14 look.
In just a few simple steps and with the help of a few key products my fresh and pretty daytime look is easily revamped for evening.
Mulberry showcased a grittier take on the season’s dewy, fresh faced girl by adding depth to the eye with shadow and lashings of mascara.
For the eyes, try Bobbi Brown eyeshadow in Saddle (£17), with a sweep of Elizabeth Arden 8 Hour Cream (£18) over the top for a glossy finish. 
If a little more shimmer is preferred use a small amount of Benefit Creaseless eyeshadow in Skinny Jeans (£15.50) over the lid, to master that sheer look. 
Line the eyes with Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock n’ Kohl in Barbarella Brown liquid eye pencil (£19.00 at Selfridges), a recent happy discovery for me, and smudge to give a smokey edge to the lid line. 
Layer up Lancôme Hypnôse mascara (£22.50) to the bottom and top lashes to frame the eyes.
Finally for a natural flush to cheeks, lightly pat on the creamy Aerin Multicolour Duo in Neutral (£30) to the cheeks and then the lips.
For darker complexions, I’d recommend a coral such as the Nars Multiple in Siam (£30).
This new addition to Nars’ notorious multiples is perfect Spring right through to summer, and the perfect aspirational product for tan optimists.
For the evening, eyes are easily updated with even more of Charlotte Tilbury’s Rock n’ Kohl eye pencil in Barbarella Brown and Laura Mercier‘s Tightline Cake Eyeliner (£19) for definition.
Finish with a couple more strokes of Lancome’s mascara for an effortlessly sultry evening look.
LG x



Fashion Journalist and Beauty Blogger from London

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