London-based Makeup Artist Wendy Turner recently used BECCA products to achieve this dreamy vintage-inspired look for Volt Café Magazine's latest editorial, aptly titled Day Dreamer. We got in touch with Wendy and asked just how she achieved the look, and what it is about the range she likes so much.

"I love using BECCA; they have the most luminous bases on the market, which always just look like natural skin, only better" "I absolutely love the Mineral Bronzer in Duende as it has no orange in it - it's more of a taupe bronze and has just the right amount of shimmer for the perfect amount of sheen".

Recreate Wendy's whimsical look with this step-by-step guide

Begin with Silky Hydrating Primer to smoothe the skin's surface followed by Luminous Skin Colour SPF25 choosing yellow tones. 

Layer Sheer Stick Foundation on the T-Zone for added coverage, and finish skin with a touch of Fine Pressed Powder, focusing on areas that tend to get oily (T-Zone, corners of nose).

Press Creme Blush in Byzantine on the apples of the cheeks, and contour with Mineral Bronzing Powder in Duende.

Apply Eye Tint in Baroque as a base, blending up to the brow bone, followed by Eye Colour Powder in Doeskin over the eyelid area, finishing with Eye Colour Powder in Tweed buffed into the socket.

Rim the inner waterline with the buff end of Line & Define Pencil in Santorini to open and brighten eyes. Leave lashes bare for softer, less-graphic effect. Wendy bleached the model's brows for a more editorial look.

Add subtle colour to the lips with Sheer Tint Lip Colour in Estella (the perfect peachy-nude). Gently line the middle edges of lips with Nude Liner in Nougat to plump and finish by pressing Boudoir Skin Mineral Powder into lips to mattify.

Posted by BECCA UK, 11 Jan 2011, Comments (0)