Steal this look: Rose McIver’s Red Carpet Look!

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Actress Rose McIver made her mark at the red carpet premiere of The Lovely Bones in a gorgeous form-fitting black dress. mark Celebrity Makeup Artist Jamie Greenberg gives her expert tips for creating Rose’s red carpet ready look.

Jamie Greenberg Explains How to Get Rose’s Sensual look:

Face

“First I prepped Rose’s naturally gorgeous skin with mark See Things Clearly Brightening Moisturizer to protect and moisturize. Next, I used a Foundation Brush to lightly apply mark Speedway Do Everything Makeup in Nude covering any imperfections and mark Get Bright Hook Up Highlighter in Light for under the eye area. Then I matted down the t-zone area with mark Cheat Sheet Shine Blotters while keeping her cheeks dewy with mark Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint in Nude.

Eyes

“I began by applying mark Mini Mark It Stick Hook Up Stick for Eyes in Gold Opal into the inner corners of Rose’s eyes followed by mark I-mark Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Nomadic. On the rest of her lid and crease I used mark I-mark Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Magic blended with Gioia on the outer corner of her lid. I carefully lined Rose’s eyes with mark Get In Line Hook Up Liquid Waterproof Eyeliner in Painted Black, extending the line slightly past the edge of her eye with a slight turn up to create a mini cat-eye. I used two coats of mark Lash Splash Hook Up Waterproof Mascara in Black on the top lashes and one coat on the bottom to prevent smudging during the night. Finally, I lined under her eyes with mark Winkstick Hook Up Eye Shadow Stick in Wealthy.

Lips

“To create a smooth, moisturized base I applied mark Kiss Dry Goodbye Lip Smoother followed by a light coating of mark Gleamstick Hook Up Lip Color in Au Natural. To complete the subtle lip and add shine, I applied mark Pro Gloss Hook Up Plumping Lip Shine.”Dear Sir or Madam,


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