“[To start], apply cream shadow across lids to even them out and help shadow grab and stay put. I do a matte base to give [the] eye definition – soft matte tones give eyes a gentle contour and prevent [them] from looking flat,” Dubroff explains of her pink starting point.
Mary Kay Cream Eye Colour in Pale Blush, $19 at marykay.com
Viseart 01 Neutral Mattes Eyeshadow Palette, $120 at beautybay.com
“[Next], place pops of pink strategically for impact on lids and inner corners. [Add] a touch of pink ivory pencil on the lower inner rim [to] open the eye, [then finish with] minimal mascara to help the colour pop while keeping all around softness [in tact],” she says.
Suqqu Designing Colour Eye Palette in Yuushakuyaku, $69 at selfridges.com
Marc Jacobs Beauty Highliner Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Obey-ge, $39 at sephora.com.au
Benefit Cosmetics Roller Lash Mascara, $44 at sephora.com.au
“[Apply] creamy blush with fingers onto apples of cheeks straight after foundation and let it sit,” Dubroff shares. “After the rest of the face is done, and a light dusting of loose powder [has been] applied, use a fan brush to apply powder blush – doing it at the end lets you know how much you need to balance the rest of the face.”
Charlotte Tilbury Beach Stick in Las Salinas, $55 at charlottetilbury.com
Chanel Powder Blush in Pink Explosion, $75 at myer.com.au
“[On Robbie, I prefer to use] a soft pink [lipstick] with a pink pencil [layered beneath] for light definition. [For liner], I use a very cool almost taupe pink nude [colour] since I [generally] want a cool icy feeling [and then I finish by dabbing on a sheer blush pink lip shade,” she adds.
NARS Velvet Matte Lip Pencil in Sex Machine, $43 at mecca.com.au
Chanel Rouge Coco Flash Lip Colour in Feel, $56 at myer.com.au