Lea Michele Look's

Lea Michele

Lea Michele looked amazingly glamorous when she stepped onto the red carpet at the 2012 Met Ball earlier this week. Makeup artist Melanie Inglessis used a variety of products to help Lea’s eyes stand out, and the majority of products used were all from Avon.
Celebrity makeup artist Melanie Inglessis created Lea Michele's Met Ball makeup concept last night. Here are the deets on how to recreate it.

Melanie put the focus on Lea’s eyes by lining them with a deep plum liner and then layered copper toned eye shadows on the actress’s lids. Using a soft crease brush, she blended the edges of the liner with the shadow to
create definition and give that smokey eye effect. Melanie then upped the drama by swiping a dark eye shadow over the liner and added two coats of black mascara for a finishing touch. To offset the intensity of the eyes, Melanie kept the rest of Lea’s face simple: she added a rosy flush of color
on her cheekbones and opted for a natural lip, using a lipstick only to enhance Lea’s own lip color.


Avon Eye Brightening Pencil in Honey Blue 
Avon Eye Brightening Pencil in Plum Berry 
Avon ExtraLasting in Extreme Black 
Chanel Ombré Essentielle in Mahogany 51
Illamasqua Liquid Metal in Enrapture


Avon Be Blushed in Icy Petal ($8)
Kevyn Aucoin 'The Sculpting' Powder in Medium


Shiseido Perfect Rouge Lipstick in Spiced Cream


Check out Be Blushed Cheek Color on Avon. 


 Amber Heard Has My Favorite Makeup Look Of The Week — Get Her Exact Look!

I was dying to know how Amber got her dewy glow and frosted lip look at an NBC Universal event. Her makeup artist give you the details! mark cosmetics celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh did Amber Heard‘s makeup and she’s telling YOU how to get the look. See her how-to and shop the products. Here’s what Mai did: FACE:”I prepped Amber’s face by applying mark See Things Clearly Brightening Moisturizer all over her skin, following with mark Primed For Perfection Face Primer. After hydrating her skin, I applied mark Min-A-Real Cream-To-Powder Foundation in Natural using the mark Foundation Brush. Next, I dabbed mark Good Riddance Concealer in Light/Medium around Amber’s nose and under her eyes, blending it with the mark Concealer Brush. To really set the look, I dusted mark Matte-Nificent Oil-Absorbing Powder in Natural Buff, followed by mark Bronze Pro Bronzing Powder in Pro Glo.”CHEEKS:“To enhance Amber’s natural glow, I brushed on mark Good Glowing Custom Pick Powder Blush in After Glo to the apples of her cheeks using the mark Blush + Bronzer Brush. Then, using the same brush, I layered mark Glowdacious Illuminating Powder in Shimmied Up.”EYES:“I started by applying the bronze shadow from mark On The Dot Eye Color Compact to Amber’s inner eyelids and bottom lash lines. Then, using the mark Angled Contour Eyeshadow Brush, I added the dark chocolate color from the same palette to the outer creases of her eyes. I blended both colors together on Amber’s eyelids and then rimmed her lower lashes with mark No Place To Run Longwear Eyeliner in Solid Gold. To make her eyes really pop, I applied two coats of mark Lash All You Want High-Volume Mascara in Black.”LIPS:“For Amber’s lips, I layered mark Lip click SPF 15 Color Shine Lipstick in Cupid for a gorgeous pout.”


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