We had Creative Director at BUFF Make-Up, Jessica Moulds in studio to show us how to achieve all the festival make-up looks you'll need this year.
We asked our readers a series of questions about what they are interested in or what they find difficult and five main hurdles came up; which we will answer on S! TV.
The third question we answered was how to make the most of your natural lashes for this festival season.
Watch the video tutorial now to find out how to achieve the super glamorous look.
And if you would like to see the first and second installment from our BUFF Make-Up tutorials, check them out here.
As part of a new S! TV series, we’ll be finding out the answers to some of our viewers’ most pressing beauty questions, with the help of make-up artist Stephan Ulvund Øien from IsaDora Global.
We all know that we should use powder when applying our make-up, but we don’t always know exactly where on our faces we should be putting it.
In this new video, Stephan gives the best advice on where you should apply powder.
As part of a new S! TV series, we'll be finding out the answers to some of our viewers' most pressing beauty questions, with the help of make-up artist Stephan Ulvund Øien from IsaDora Global.
When applying blush, it can be difficult to know exactly where you need to apply it.
In this new video, Stephan gives us an expert guide on how to correctly apply blush.
As part of the S! TV series, leading make-up artist Stephan Ulvund Øien from IsaDora Global gives his expert advice on how to hide dark circles.
Simply applying foundation and hoping that your circles blend in unfortunately isn’t going to cut it, but do not fear, as Stephan explains exactly what is needed to get rid of dark blemishes.
In this new video, see how to tailor your make-up regime to suit your individual skin tone and get rid of dark circles for good.
S! TV presenter Niamh Geaney sat down with Clarins' Debbie McVicar to talk all things skincare.
From cleansers and serums to foundation, Debbie taught the SHEmazing! girls all we need to know about looking after our skin from an early age.