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6 Makeup Artists Create Junk Food-Inspired Looks

Slurpee- and KitKat-inspired makeup? Why not!
6 Makeup Artists Create Junk Food-Inspired Looks Slurpee- and KitKat-inspired makeup? Why not!

Feeling the munchies? These six makeup artists do, too. Sink your teeth into their junk food-inspired looks below!

Ryan Wong for MAC Cosmetics

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"[We like summer's] pop of color on luminous skin. Try MAC's Fluidline Liner in Deep Blue Sea (P1100, Power Plant) under the eyes for every day. I suggest wearing this look against a sheer foundation or just tinted moisturizer. Placement is always key—choose one specific area where you want the color to be."

Archie Tolentino for NARS

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"The makeup look is about the signature NARS smoky eye—a cloud of color around the eye—paired with a bold orange lip. To wear it casually, line the top lashes with blue pencil liner, like NARS' Pencil Liner in Kitty (P1450, Rustan's), then use a matte coral shade on the lips, like NARS' Semi Matte Lipstick in Heatwave (P1450). Finish the look with several coats of mascara."

Anton Patdu for Laura Mercier

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"I went for a monochromatic look. I used a red lippie as eyeshadow base and topped it with a mix of red and brown shadows and gloss with gold speckles. As a casual look, pair your favorite red lip, like Laura Mercier's Creme Smooth Color in Tamara Red (1250, Rustan's), with a reddish brown kohl for your eyes on top of gold satin shadow."

Sari Campos for Make Up For Ever

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"I was inspired by Japanese style makeup for my look. I kept the skin light, dewy and luminous and the eyes very shiny. For every day, you can use green eyeliner on your waterline and a light pink satin lipstick, like Make Up For Ever's Artist Rouge Lipstick in C106 (P1260, SM Megamall)."

Sylvina Lopez using NYX Cosmetics

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"I wanted to play with berry tones plus a stained, duochrome sheen on the skin with monochromatic makeup. I'd go with a berry lip, like NYX's Lip Ink and Duochrome Highlighter in Lavender Steel to step up the strobing trend."

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Geraldine Carlos for Revlon

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"It's basically a 1960s Twiggy look. For a casual look, take a liner pencil, like Revlon's PhotoReady Kajal in Carbon Cleopatra (P525, SM Beauty Store) and line a bit above the crease. Put falsies and a natural blush with pale lips to finish."

This article originally appeared in Preview June 2017.

Photographed by Dookie Ducay

Produce by Belle Rodolfo

Art Direction by Eugene David

Hair by Jan Edrosolan and Mark Rosales

Models: Jess, Bronia and Chrystalle of Elite

Nails by Jocelyn of Beauty and Butter

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