A model backstage at Sao Paulo Fashion Week 2014, March 31, 2014

Makeup tutorial: get groovy with a 1970s beauty look

If you still need any convincing that boho-chic is back, check out the groovy beauty looks from Cavalera's presentation during Sao Paulo Fashion Week Summer 2014/15. Fringed suede boots, lightweight floral dresses, tousled hair and sunkissed boho makeup looks stormed the runway in Sao Paulo and it was, like, totally far out, man!

Bohemian babydoll

The 1970s saw women take a much more relaxed approach to makeup, stripping away bright garish colors and heavy layers in exchange for a natural color palette and clear, glowing skin. This particular look from Sao Paulo Fashion Week puts all of the focus on extra long lashes and wide eyes for a "bohemian babydoll" effect. Orange-hued blush offers the skin a slightly sunkissed appearance and adds an earthy, natural warmth to the look. Ready to get groovy?

Get the look

Step one: Start by applying luminous primer to the skin for a naturally "lit from within" glow. Then, apply your base with a brush or sponge for a smooth and natural finish.

Top tip: Opt for BB cream rather than foundation to even out your complexion whilst adding moisture to the skin.

Step two: Apply light-reflecting concealer under the eyes to hide any dark circles, which is the first step in achieving that "bright eyed and bushy tailed" look.

Step three: For your eye makeup, apply a wash of shimmery champagne eyeshadow in the inner corners of your eye and all over the eyelid. Next, take a black eyeshadow pencil and line the upper and lower lashlines. Use a smudge brush to blend the eyeliner out a bit, creating a slight smoky effect. Line the waterline with a white or nude eyeliner pencil to help your eyes look wider.

Step four: Apply a few coats of mascara. Using two different mascaras- one for length and one for volume/definition- will give you the best results.

Step five: Using a blush brush, apply bronzer or an orange tinted blush to the apples of your cheeks and blend up toward the temples.

Step six: A slick of nude lip gloss completes the look!

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