Red eyes, red lips… done right it’s amazing. Your skin has to be pretty flawless to pull this look off, but I think it’s a really sexy dark romance look. She’s a David Lynch woman but it works on a range of different skin tones, it’s just getting the right tone of red. Our model is a real pale gothic beauty so I went for the brightest reds but you could use russets or burgundies if that works better on you. There are different contrasting textures on the face, which adds dimension. For the eyes, create a basic shape with a red shadow and then go over that with a powder highlight. I used a really beautiful pigment by MAC called Pink Opal and I put it in the centre of the lid. Then tons and tons of black mascara: I really combed it through but there’s about ten coats of mascara there. I used the gloss for effect but in real life if you want to try this look I’d leave it off. It’ll crease and get all over the place. Like the eyes there is a lot of layering on the lips. Cherry pencil all over, then the Night Moth pencil in the corners for a little depth and 3D quality. Then red pigment to give it that velvet super matte colour, like deep rose petals. I would leave off brows and also no cheek colour or contours. Otherwise it becomes too much information, too much makeup and we want to keep the look fresh. These films, all the images are inspired by Warhol-style women and this look is poppy and fun.