What’s is the new craze about ‘Laminated Skin’ and how it can be next level glow up
The days of the gelatin skin look are over, as the trend is now about having a “laminated” sheen.
During fashion festivals, there are always new and creative makeup trends that are offset by the usual looks that are made to look great. This season, the focus has been on the laminated skin makeup trend, and it saw a lot of references to this trend at London Fashion Week. Some of the notable shows that featured this look include Stella McCartney, Isabel Marant, Jil Sander, and Roberto Cavalli.
The days of the gelatin skin look are over, as the trend is now about having a “laminated” sheen. This look is ideal for people who are looking for a natural glow during a workout or just during their daily activities. This look was first coined by Terry Barber, the makeup artistry director of MAC Cosmetics. It was showcased at London Fashion Week and made an appearance at New York Fashion Week.
This look is similar to how you might feel when you stepped out of the pool after a hot summer day. It can be achieved by anyone, as long as they have the right products.
Before you apply your go-to highlighter, it’s important that you have the right products to create a soft and creamy base. This look can be achieved using a combination of products that are drenched in setting spray.
According to Barber, you should avoid using too much setting powder after this look. It can also be damaging to your skin if you use it on your face.
According to Barber, the key to achieving this look is to allow your makeup to sink in instead of top it up. The creamy base will provide you with a soft and glowing skin tone. You can achieve this look by blending it with your hands and using it for a second skin look.
Setting spray or facial mist is the next step. It can be used to nourish and tone your skin while giving it a soft and radiant finish. The lightweight mist is infused with vitamins E, hyaluronic acid, and essential oils for a radiant and ultra-rich finish.
The benefits of having laminated skin are for people with oily skin, as it eliminates the need for daily application of products. The natural oils used in your skincare routine can also enhance the effect. According to Terry, the reason why people are letting their makeup sink in is because they don’t want to have too much density. This look is reminiscent of images of models walking through a forest or getting out of a sauna.