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Ditch the sun-protection creams this autumn, and start getting creative with your makeup again. Sharing their talent in this issue are three skilled makeup artists, each with his very own notion of beauty. Let them inspire you to find your own style. Taking the lead, I have recreated some of the looks I’ve done for editorial projects, some simple and others more refined and adventurous. Try "Purple rain" for a business meeting to look polished but not overdone, or "Violet blue" for a more playful take that will turn heads. Hong Kong artist Goosen Tsoi specialises in weddings; his looks are easy to follow but the results are flattering. "Picture perfect" will give you an understated elegance suitable for a romantic dinner, while "Wedding bells" will close the deal on your big day. And Nanat Eaknanat is bringing sexy back with "Make you mine", as well as glamour with "Under the cherry moon". Also in this issue we meet up with luxury footwear brand Rhea Benson for our take on their new collection. In Face Time, Sheela Sarvananda shares the latest makeup trends from Asia’s happening cities, andfrom New York. We show you two examples of each look so you can play and experiment. Be sporty and fresh the Singapore way one day, then go for high-drama Tokyo-style the next. In Cover Girl, South Korean model Monique Song reveals her beauty secrets. Continuing our skincare series Asian Aesthetics, Rachna Sharma Patel explains how to get your skinback into shape after the summer months, including what kind of products to use to get it glowing again. New for this issue, we share with you artists’ favourite backstage products and let you know what we think about them, in Minked Up. In Mirror, Mirror, Diana d’Arenberg Parmanand discusses the selfie phenomenon and the obsession with altering our online appearances. Makeup is all about having fun and trying different techniques and colours until you find what suits you best – so enjoy this new issue and start playing.

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