Your Skin…Only Better! | People Magazine

Your Skin…Only Better!

NO make-up make-up is better. Your face doesn’t need to look cakey and overly contoured anymore. Fresh, luminous skin is how things will be done until further notice. We’re absolutely loving the fact that South African celebs know just how to pull off this beautiful trend and we’re ready to learn from them. No streaks, blotchy patches or dullness to see here. Re-evaluate your prep, application techniques and tools for make-up that’s natural, glowing and even.

Photo Focus Concealer: R64.95, By Wet ‘n Wild, Clicks

CONTAINS light-diffusing pigments to give skin a veil of silky natural perfection in photos and IRL.

Primer Plus Radiance SPF 35: R500, Bobbi Brown

A multitasking face primer designed to enhance the quality of foundation, illuminate the complexion, blur imperfections and help even out the skin tone.

Brow This Way 3-in-1 Brow Powder: R99, Rimmel

USE the ultra-soft powder to fill, define and line to create full sculpted brows.

Cream-To-Powder Fusion Formula Eyeshadow In Emauvante: R65, Bourjois

DELIVERS intense colour thanks to its revolutionary creamy formula that dries to a soft powder finish.

Perfectly Poreless Putty Perfector: R565, Stila

PERFECT your skin with natural, matte, undetectable coverage that looks like skin, not make-up.


Baked Blush In Journey: R145.95, NYX

BRINGS concentrated colour with a touch of shimmer baked to perfection. It can be used to highlight cheeks, but also doubles as a skin illuminator and bronzer.

Buffer Brush: R79.95, Essence

THE flat surface is perfect for creamy or liquid textures, whether foundation, bronzer, blush or even day cream.

Facial Oil: R365, Skin Creamery

MASSAGE a few drops of face oil into the skin before tackling a natural make-up look.

TIP: APPLY foundation in dabs and gently work the texture into the skin for an especially flawless look.



I am Beauty Editor at People Magazine and a make-up artist. I have worked with many celebrities, including, Phumeza Mdaba, Boity, Zuraida Jardine and Rolene Strauss. I always knew I would work in magazines, as I grew up in publishing (my parents are publishers). When I’m not writing beauty or following my passion for make-up, I can be found reading and spending time with family and friends. I am also a tea-lover

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