How to Recreate Liza Soberano's Tough Girl Look
Teen star Liza Soberano toughened up for Preview's October cover like you've never seen her before. Her rocking short 'do and statement dark lip definitely gave the typical princess-y look a run for its money.
IMAGE Paolo Pineda, Preview October 2016
Want to know how to recreate Liza's tough chick look? As told by Liza's makeup artist himself, take beauty notes from Mickey See below.
"First is proper skin care! The skin condition is very important to achieve natural barely-there makeup. Liza came from another shoot that time, so puyat siya. I used toner, moisturizer, eye cream, and makeup primer on her to boost her skin and give it that glow. After that, I applied tinted moisturizer—no need for foundation. I also used highlighter on the bridge of her nose, her cupid’s bow, and the high points of her cheeks to get that glowing effect."
On Liza: Maybelline New York V-Face Duo Contour Stick, Department Stores
"I used two different shades for her contour. That’s actually my secret to make it look more natural and to create that fading illusion. The end-result should be flawless with no trace of contouring. It needs to blend in with the skin, so nothing heavy and too obvious."
"For her eyes, I used a nude palette from Maybelline. I applied it both on her lids and on her lower lash line then gave it a good smudge just to make her eyes look bigger since I didn’t use eyeliner. I only used eyelash curler, mascara, then a bit of eyeshadow."
"For her brows, she already has really nice arches. I just wanted it to look thicker so I brushed them up using a mascara wand. I used eyebrow mascara to make them look fuller and bushier."
On Liza: Maybelline New York Brow Drama Sculpting Mascara, Department Stores
"For her lips, I suggested to Vince [Uy] that we use a dark lip to change things up. He agreed and it turned out really well. It complemented Liza’s short hair for the tough girl look."
On Liza: Maybelline New York Color Sensational Creamy Matte Lipstick in 696 Burgundy Blush, Department Stores
This story originally appeared on Preview.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.