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Going For Gold

18 Jul

Emma Watson - London PremierEmma Watson looked so amazing at both the London and NY premiers of the latest and last Harry Potter movie recently.  The subtle gold eye makeup at the NY premier was nice but her eye makeup at the London premier was very dramatic and intense and fabulous for the red carpet, regretfully something most of us will never walk, but for a night out just forget the added gold leaf look at the outer corners for a more toned down version, it should still be just as dramatic for us mere mortals.  You could try NXY jumbo eye pencil in Gold, or indeed any gold eyeshadow that suits your skin tone (point being is to consider yellow golds or rose golds, depending on what suits you) at the inner corners of the eye, bring it along the lower lash line and slightly up into the upper eyelid, keep it at the corners to ensure the highlight is focused on brightening and enlivening your eyes.  To prevent your eyes looking like pieces of coal in the snow, sweep black eyeshadow across the entire eyelid and wing it out and upwards, a warm highlight placed at the outer brow bone adds to the depth of the look.  Line eyes with black eyeliner along the lash line both top and bottom and of course sweep on lashings of black mascara, loaded on to the top and bottom lashes to add even more drama.  Love it!

Between the premier in London and her make up on the cover of US vogue, Emma Watson is rapidly becoming someone whose makeup I really like and admire.

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Posted by on July 18, 2011 in Blog, Celebrity Makeup

 

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