Neutrogena GET THE LOOK – Miranda Cosgrove

MTV MOVIE AWARDS

June 6th 2010

Neutrogena GET THE LOOK – Miranda Cosgrove & Vanessa Hudgens

Make-up Artist: Coleen Campbell-Olwell – Miranda Cosgrove

Coleen Campbell-Olwell: I loved Miranda’s young and hip red dress for the MTV Movie Awards! To highlight her natural beauty, I kept her makeup fresh and fun – peach-shimmer lips and smoky eyes with a hint of copper.

The trick to keeping Miranda’s face luminous but shine free for the long night was Neutrogena Skin Clearing Oil Free Foundation and Skin Clearing Oil Free Pressed Powder, both in Natural Ivory. Then I swirled Neutrogena Healthy Skin Custom Glow Blush and Bronzer, in Posie Glow, onto the apples of her cheeks. I LOVE this palette—it’s so versatile!

To create Miranda’s smoky eyes, I applied Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Quad in Copper Glow. It goes on sheer, but you can build it up for a more intense look. For dramatic lashes to frame her gorgeous brown eyes, I brushed on two coats of Neutrogena Healthy Volume Mascara in black. And here’s one of my secrets: for an attention-grabbing look, I pick one facial feature to focus on – in this case, Miranda’s eyes. By keeping her lips more subtle using Neutrogena MoistureShine gloss in Healthy Peach, I was really happy with the result.

Skin prep is also just as important so there is a great base to apply make-up. Recommend the Neutrogena WAVE to exfoliate the skin pre-event so the surface is smooth and ready for application. Also on a hot day, it is important to wear an SPF in your moisturizer under your make-up. Neutrogena Anti-Reside Shampoo is also a great product to use once a week to remove the residue of hair care products from your scalp.


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