Taylor Swift is on everyone’s radar at the moment, gracing many covers of fashion magazines. Her natural look is beautiful and one that many women want to recreate themselves.Dveeu
Taylor’s look is often very natural but at the same time playing up her best features – flawless skin and defining eyes. It’s really easy to create this look with just a few simple products.
Firstly, Taylor often wears her hair in large natural looking waves that are seen as quite ‘vintage’ to match her great style. Her fringe is definitely her statement feature, so keep it at an eye skimming length and blunt. If you’re not ready to go for the chop and have a fringe cut in, then try using a clip in fringe to fake the look – it’s a great way to play around with your style!
For the vintage wages, on towel dried hair use a styling product that helps to emphasize curls such as Redken Curvaceous. Then either scrunch dry your hair with a diffuser or let it air dry naturally. If some pieces of hair are still a little flat or straight, use a conical wand with a large barrel to create some big, loose waves and add definition. Run your fingers through your hair to loosen up any ringlets.
If your hair is shorter, try clipping in some 100% human hair extensions to add length and volume. Make sure they are 100% human hair so that you can curl it with a conical wand without damaging the hair.
Now for the makeup, Taylor keeps her base very natural so use a foundation that enhances your skin with a satin finish. For the cheeks, use a very light dusting of an almost neutral / nude shade so that it doesn’t distract from the eyes.
The eyes are always the most dramatic part of Taylor’s look, with lashings off black eyeliner whilst the rest of the eyes are left natural. Use a pale gold colour all over the lid, and define the eyes with a creamy black eyeliner on both the upper and lower lash lines. On the lower lash, smudge the eyeliner to create a less harsh line and also line the waterline to make the eyes pop. Apply a few coats of lengthening mascara to the top lashes, and only one coat on the bottom as this stops the eyes look too ‘made up’ and heavy.
Finish the look with a light, nude lipstick so that the eyes are still the main feature.