Get The Look: Carrie Underwood at the 2012 CMT Music Awards.


Carrie looked amazing at the 2012 CMT Music Awards! Check out the Too Faced products used to create her look.

 

Makeup by Melissa Schleicher of Parlour 3 in Nashville
Too Faced products used:

Amazing Face Powder Foundation ($32): Long-wearing formula offers the ultimate fusion of skincare benefits, sun protection and makeup innovation. Weightless pigments float over imperfections to minimize the appearance of pores and fine lines, while instantly improving tone and texture.

3*Way Lash Lining Tool ($22): A triple-tip lash-emphasizing tool that fills in spaces between lashes, giving the natural impression of thicker, more luscious lashes. This innovative 3-in-1 design makes lash emphasizing dots, tight-lining and traditional lash-lining easy.

Better Than False Lashes Lash Extension System ($35): A three-step lash extension system that includes an activating mascara base and top coat and Flexistretch™ nylon lash fibers.

Full Bloom Lip & Cheek Crème Color in Nude Beach ($21): Pigment-rich, creamy blush blends effortlessly onto cheeks and lips flushing them with luminous color. Layer our hydrating formula with its coordinating Full Bloom Ultra Flush Blush to sweeten your cheeks for a long-wearing, flushed effect.

Natural Face Natural Radiance Face Palette ($39): A multi-tasking face palette that contains everything you need to create a warm, all-over glow. A thoughtfully selected assortment of natural, sun-kissed shaded delivers a healthy, no-makeup look that is irresistibly sexy.

Royal Oil Coconut Oil Body Bronzer ($35): A nourishing bronzing body oil gives the skin a sexy warm glow. It absorbs quickly, hydrating dry skin with an innovative combination of Mangosteen fruit and coconut oil which nourishes and protects skin with easy-to-absorb anti-oxidants.


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