Emma Roberts MET BALL Get The Look! Neutrogena

Celebrity make-up artist Dawn Broussard created this flawless look for young fashionista Emma Roberts. The inspiration for Emma’s look was derived from classic Audrey Hepburn mixed in with a fashion runway Parisian edge. Tips from Dawn below with Neutrogena products used to create her look:

FACE:

Neutrogena 3 in 1 Concealer in Fair

Neutrogena Skin Clearing Liquid Makeup in Nude

Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Loose Powder in Classic Ivory with a dab of Neutrogena Skin Clearing Mineral Powder (provides beautiful airy coverage that mattifies shiny areas, to build an all-over, natural and flawless finish while treating blemishes and prevent future breakouts)

Blush:

Neutrogena Healthy Skin Custom Glow Blush & Bronzer Duo in Natural Glow

Tip: I first used the bronzer as a contour for the cheekbones and the frame of her face, creating dimension and subtly bringing out the structure of the face. Secondly sweeping over with the blush and lightly blending the two together to make it seamless skin.

On the apple of the cheeks added a dust of Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Blush in Natural Apricot.

With the layering of these products it gives off a youthful freshness to any look.

EYES:

Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Quad in Blue Smoke

Tip: to create a modern twist on a classic eye shape I used blue/navy tones as opposed to the basic black. It keeps the look dramatic yet soft and wearable for day or night. I extended out the eye shape by layering over shadow with Nourishing Eyeliner in Twilight Blue. Blending the pencil over the shadow with an outward stroke of the brush.

Topped off with Neutrogena Healthy Volume Mascara in Carbon Black

LIPS:

Neutrogena MoistureShine Lip Sheer in Cool Nectar


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