Get The Look: Ashley Greene’s Breaking Dawn 2 Premiere Look

Brand Ambassador Ashley Greene made her mark at the “Breaking Dawn 2” Premiere in LA last night. Celebrity Makeup Artist Vanessa Scali shared her techniques for creating Ashley’s stunning look.

Face:
“I prepped Ashley’s skin with mark Primed for Perfection Face Primer. Next, I applied a thin coat of mark Got the Goods Multi-Benefit Foundation Lotion SPF 15 and mark Good Riddance Hook Up Concealer where necessary. Then, I applied mark Bronze Pro Bronzing Powder under her cheekbones, temples and jaw line, adding a bit of contour and warming up her face.”

Cheeks:
“I applied mark Just Pinched Instant Blush Tint in Cheeky to the apples of Ashley’s cheeks, layered with a touch of Light Show Illuminating Face Powder. This combination softens the pigment of the cheek and creates a radiant, lit-from-within look.”

Eyes:
“I started by shading Ashley’s lids, from lash-line to eyebrow, with mark I-Mark Metallics Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Goldiluxe. To lengthen and add contour, I used mark I-Mark Metallics Custom Pick Eye Shadow in Truffle on her outer corners and in her natural creases. The combination of the two shades wrap under her bottom lashes, fading towards the inner corners of her eyes. I lined Ashley’s eyes, very close to her lashes, with mark No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner in Foxy Brown and finished by applying a few generous coats of mark Lash Act Build & Define Mascara in Blackest Black.

Lips:
“I finished the look with a relaxed, natural lip using mark Make It Rich Lip Color Crayon in Naturally, layered with mark In a Whirl Marbleized Lip Gloss in Pink Soufflé.

 

Find all the products used to create Ashley’s premiere look at www.meetmark.com


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