Date Night Makeup Looks
Ashley Benson : Bronzy Smolder
That’s what I’m predicting is going to happen when you try this smokin’ hot eye makeup look Ashley Benson wore to yet another event promoting Spring Breakers last night.
All you have to do is line your lids with brown eyeliner, then pile on copper eyeshadow! That’s it! Well, except for mascara. But over-the-top sultriness in just three steps? Count me in.
The key element here is a great bronze-y, copper-y metallic eyeshadow—perhaps one with a hint of purple undertones in it. I’d go with the dark shade in the Stila Baked Eye Trio in Champagne or Maybelline EyeStudio Eye Studio Color Tattoo Eyeshadow – Bad to theBronze.
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s ROSY LIPS
Scarlett Johansson’s Glistening Shadow
Scarlett Johansson’s sparkle-flecked eyeshadow might be sheer, but it definitely doesn’t go unnoticed. Get it by lining the outer corners of the eyes with only black shadow, then sweeping a sheer glittery layer, Nars Night Series Eyeshadow in Night Star, over the lids and up to the brow bones. To make the eyes appear even brighter, line the lower inner rims with a nude pencil. Plump up lashes with a few coats of volumizing mascara— Our favorite is L’Oréal Paris Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black—and you’re as good as gold.
Diane Kruger’s Hazy Smokey Eyes
Diane Kruger gives the classic smoky eye an ethereal spin by using a palette of warm golden browns. Draw a brown pencil like Revlon Luxurious Color Smoky Crayon in Bronze Smoke over the upper and lower lash lines. Then tap on a soft brown shadow. M.A.C. Eye Shadow in Bronze has a pretty shimmer to it, and blend up into the brow bones. Layering an eyeshadow on top of a liner allows the color to really latch on—you’ll get strong results. A drop of highlighter blended into the cheekbones will keep the look from falling flat.
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