Flash Back to the 80’s For Summer Beauty Tips and Tricks — Lu Parker Reports

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Get ready to flash back.

“The 80’s are back but in a cheerful wearable way, not that heavy like we remember. Or I think I remember,” said Gregory Arlt, Dir., of makeup artistry.

When it comes to makeup, this season think bright poppy colors for all ages…pinks teals anything with pazazzz…

MAC makeup artist to the stars Gregory Arlt should know…he’s worked with A-listers like Katy Perry and Gwen Stefani.

Today he’s stuck with little ole me and this young beauty.

“I think the number one must have this summer is a colored lip gloss,” said Arlt.

But don’t be afraid to go bold, I picked coral.

Before the color goes on, Gregory reminds us…

“Most people typically buy one foundation but you really should have 2. One for the winter and a darker one for the summer. You don’t want to look like a head on a stick,” said Arlt.

Now time to bronze, another must have this summer, for cheeks and eyes.

And look how easy it is to go from natural to hello..with this simple eyeliner tip…

“We’re gonna go with this blue. It’s bold. You ready for that,” asks Arlt.

“What you do is put a simple line here right at the lash..you can make it thin. You open your eye and boom there it is,” said Arlt.

Lu Parker, KTLA News

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Gregory Arlt
Director of Makeup Artistry M.A.C. Cosmetics



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