Get the Look: Duchess of Cambridge Kate Middleton Bridal Beauty

WHO: Duchess of Cambridge, Catherine Middleton

WHAT: It was a modern fairy tale, when a radiant Kate Middleton dressed in Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen wed Prince William at Westminster Abbey in London. Her makeup was elegant yet clean, highlighting her natural beauty.

WHEN: Friday, April 29th 2011

HOW TO:
To capture her majestic look, Revlon recommends the following products:

FACE:
Revlon Cream Blush in Berry Flirtatious A botanical-based cream formula with natural, skin-enhancing ingredients – including green tea extract, gingko, biloba, ginseng, and grape seed extract protects and heals as it adds radiant color ($9.75)
Revlon ColorStay Makeup (Foundation)- Loose powder that holds the healthy, hydrating benefits of coconut water for luminous skin with a smoother texture ($13.99)

EYE:
ColorStay Liner in Black Brown- offers precise definition with ability to apply a thin of a thick line that will stay for up to 16 hours ($7.39)
GrowLuscious Mascara Waterproof in Black- Helps lashes look instantly longer and lusher as the formula helps lashes grow stronger with each use ($7.49)
Revlon CustomEyes Shadow in Sweet Innoncence – The silky, lightweight formula containing jojoba and shea butter glides effortlessly on lids and blends easily to offer the greatest versatility to achieve any desired look. ($8.99)

LIPS:
Revlon Colorburst Lipstick in Petal – Revlon ColorBurst Lipstick- Elasticolor™ technology distributes rich color pigments evenly over lips and allows the formula to move comfortably with lips – like a second skin ($8.99)
ColorBurst Lipgloss in Rosegold- Revlon ColorBurst Lipgloss uses Elasticolor™ technology to distribute rich color pigments evenly over lips while conditioning and improving the texture with moisturizers and antioxidants such as sweet almond oil and vitamin E ($7.99)

PRODUCT AVAILABILITY: www.revlon.com


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