It’s fashion month, making this week a busy one in the indusry. This week we waved goodbye to New York Fashion Week 2016 yesterday and London Fashion weekend is finally here!
As New York fashion week draws to a close, I am excited to the beginning of London fashion week. The cat walks are in place and final preparations are currently under way, and I am readying myself for the latest styles and trends from the Autumn/Winter 16 collection.
One of the biggest fashion events of the year, fashionistas everywhere will be glued to find out what is in store for us over the next few seasons.
There has already been plenty of gossip from fashion Week including Blake Lively refusing to uncross their legs on the front row, along with naked protesters and a social media ban.
I can only wait to see what will be the latest from our very own capital, with fur protests becoming the first spark of trouble at London Fashion Week. Wearing gas masks, knickers and duct tape over their nipples, supporters of PETA have began protesting against the environmental impact of chemicals used in fur. Sticking to their usual controversial campaign methods, PETA is urging people to stop wearing fur. Find out more here: http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/2016/02/19/london-fashion-week-peta-protest_n_9272020.html
Contouring is something that we hear about everywhere. A different technique, the must-have brush to create contour perfection, social media is full of beauty bloggers offering their latest tips and tricks.
However, taking Instagram by storm this week is the latest beauty craze Chroming. So what is it? Chroming is a technique to create the ultimate highlighted glow, but with your lipstick. Yes, that’s right. However, before we begin questioning how this will work, let me reassure you, we will not be using your favourite coral red shade. In order to create chroming, you will need a light nude lipstick and apply to the areas you want highlighting. Grabbing one with an added shimmer or glow will really help to create the perfect glow on cheeks.
I have to admit, I think I have only just slightly grasped the technique needed for contouring without looking like an overly bronzed stripy mess. However, chroming seems a lot more a simple technique and very similar to strobing. Check it out and see what you think!
So that’s the latest and biggest news this week. Head over to the blog next week to catch up with the latest beauty, fashion and fitness news!
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