This shoot is from the November issue of Vogue Paris and teaches you how to wear your curls, shot by Ben Hassett featuring Emily DiDonato, styling by Celia Azoulay & hair by James Pecis. For this I created three different looks but all three started with a clean, fresh base. First I massaged in Sunday Riley Good Genes Serum to hydrate and plump the skin before soothing under eyes with Kiehls Eye Alert and moisturising lips with Jurlique Love Balm. For a sheer even base I buffed in Givenchy Teint Couture Balm and concealed under eyes with Tom Ford Illuminating Highlight Pen in Naked Bisque to add a little lightness. For the first look I created fluttery seventies style lashes with a defined socket using layers of Guerlain Cils D’Enfer Maxi Lash in upward strokes and then contouring the socket with MAC Eye Pencil in Coffee. To get a little extra lift I curled the eyelashes twice, once before mascara and once gently after mascara. Cheeks were sculpted with Becca Low Light Sculpting Perfector and brows just lightly groomed. For the second look I simply added a swipe of glossy red lipstick, my favourite at the moment is Giorgio Armani Flash Laquer in 400. Finally for the last look I wanted it slightly more boyish so I defined the eyes with a sheer taupe shadow before lining all round the waterline with MAC Eye Pencil in Smolder. Just one layer of YSL Shocking Mascara for slightly spiky lashes and she was ready to go.