So natural: this is the Elsa Hosk's makeup you should copy Photo: Instagram So natural: this is the Elsa Hosk's makeup you should copy Photo: Instagram

So natural: this is the Elsa Hosk's makeup you should copy

Jo Baker did a natural makeup on Elsa Hosk's face that is worth copying. Follow the steps!

Elsa Hosk has such wonderful Swedish features that anything that goes on her face will look good. Known for being a Victoria's Secret Angel, everything we have seen in terms of makeup always looked more charged, powerful, and decisive. But this look reveals her natural features and you can do it too. Let's see what this no-makeup is all about!

Makeup no makeup is still valid
Jo Baker has used Instagram to share with her followers all her creations on wonderful canvases like Lucy Boynton and this time, on Elsa Hosk. This makeup looks much less loaded than the usual creations that Jo Baker is used to.

A natural look
The ‘no-makeup’ makeup is a style that seeks to leave the face as if it had not been made up, but yes, with well-defined features and blemish-free skin. That is why Jo Baker opted for a very light liquid foundation on Elsa's face, lipstick in nude tones, brown eyeshadows, mascara and eyebrows, and highlighter on cheekbones and tear ducts.

The look is the key
To give Elsa's eyes depth and expression, Jo Baker opted for that no-makeup effect. To do this, the first thing she did was mark the eye socket with a brown shadow. She used a long, loose brush with very little product. In this way, it blurred in a super-easy way and the result was natural. Lastly, she marked the lashes with mascara, trying to prevent them from becoming caked.

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