Celebrity Makeup: How to Get the Look
Eva Mendes's Glowing Bronze Skin
Eva Mendes has mastered the art of using makeup to play up her stunning skintone. We all want that healthy golden glow, but if you don't know what you're doing, experimenting with bronzer can go horribly wrong. That's why we asked rising Youtube star Leina Novicio to create exclusive how-to videos for this and four other celebrity-inspired looks.
Anne Hathaway's Classic Hollywood Makeup
Anne Hathaway made history this year as the youngest person ever to host the Oscars. She set the glamorous tone for the night when she hit the red carpet in a striking red vintage Valentino gown, paired with bright lips, and a loose up-do. You may not need to prep for a walk down the red carpet like Hathaway, but you can still turn heads with this classic Hollywood look.
Adele's Cat-Eye Makeup
Adele is taking the music world by storm. In the nine weeks her album 21 has been out in the U.S., the British songbird has been number one on Billboard's Hot 100 list five different times. But her smooth singing voice isn't the only thing we love. This 60s-inspired look, complete with a Brigitte Bardot cat eye, perfectly suites the singer's retro chic style.
Emma Watson's Natural, Fresh-Faced Makeup
When you think of celebrity makeup, you usually think of dramatic eyes or a bright, bold lip (and not just because we featured them right before this). But Emma Watson's fresh-faced look is proof that sometimes soft, natural makeup produces equally striking results. The key is to start with 100 percent perfect skin—or forget that and fake it with a thin layer of foundation.
Kim Kardashian's Dramatic Makeup
We've already revealed the workout responsible for maintaining Kim Kardashian's sexy curves. Now, we're shifting our focus to her face. Kardashian doesn't have just one look when it comes to makeup, but this super-feminine face is definitely one of her best.