Beauty Inspiration: Kelli J. Bartlett, GLAMSQUAD Director of Makeup Artistry
“She’s such a beautiful inspiration and a muse to me. Being able to create a natural, organic, ethereal, and bohemian vibe. You’ll see these girls are just the best versions of themselves.”

The Look:

“A gorgeous glow on the cheek is really essential. Beauty Blender is also really essential to create this look, because again, we want this to look natural yet still dewy.”

How-to:

Spa skin prepped with Skyn Iceland beauty balm and refreshing under eye treatment.

Foundation is IT Cosmetics CC cream applied with a beauty blender saturated with Skyn Iceland Arctic Face Mist and sheered down to barely-there but glowy coverage.

Enhancement of natural contours using deeper shades of the cc cream applied in the same manner.

Brows should be bushy and natural using Charlotte Tilbury Legendary Brows Gel.

Eye is an earthy-toned matte cream. Use a matte bronzer to draw out the contour of the crease and under-eye.

Mascara should be soft and feathery. We used IT Cosmetics Tightline Full Lash Length Mascara – bottom lashes are bare.

Lips should be well hydrated and a natural tone

For an extra glow, use Skyn Iceland Arctic Face Oil around the orbital bone, bridge of the nose and cupid’s bow.

 

Nail Inspiration: Christina Quercia, New York Nail Lead for GLAMSQUAD
“The inspiration behind it was actually Erin herself. She went to LA and spent some time there and when she came back she just loved the idea of having that clean, open, organic feeling behind it.”

How-to:

Prep your nails how you normally would for a manicure and pedicure and apply two coats of Essie’s Touch of Blush to the feet.

“We went with an Essie opaque nude with a Touch of Blush, it’s a beautiful color, very simple, very elegant.”

Follow it up with one coat of Touch of Blush, before alternating out the second coat with Brides-to-Be on the hands.

“On the hands we went with Brides-to-Be which is a sheer nude but still giving that Touch of Blush behind it just to keep it natural and just very plain looking.”

Finish off both fingers and toes with a top coat of choice.