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Gabourey Sidibe at the 2010 Golden Globes
GET THE LOOK: Gabourey Sidibe, Golden Globe nominee for her lead role in the movie Precious, partnered with Bobbi Brown to create her Golden Globe glow.
“I wanted Gabourey to look pretty powerful, but still like herself, so I gave her glowing skin and modern, sexy eyes. She doesn’t need a lot of makeup, so we added some sparkle shadow, lashes and color to her lips and cheeks, and she was perfect. I love this look because she has a natural glow and looks like the prettiest version of herself.”-Bobbi Brown.
Makeup tutorial on how to get Gabourey Sidibe’s makeup look at the 67th Golden Globe Awards using Bobbi Brown products:
Step 1: Prep skin with Soothing Face Tonic and Hydrating Face Cream
Step 2: Apply Chestnut Concealer under eye. Use Concealer Brush to get an even application.
Step 3: Apply Oil-Free Compact Foundation in Chestnut with a sponge and/or Foundation Brush
Jennifer Lopez at the This Is It Premiere: Get The Look For Less
Jennifer Lopez lit up the red carpet at the ‘This Is It’ premiere.
Here is how you can get Jennifer Lopez aka JLO’s look for less with MILANI COSMETICS:
“She will usually emphasize one feature at a time, never allowing her makeup to overpower her exquisite features,” says Celebrity Makeup Artist Bebe Booth, who has worked with everyone from Britney Spears to Shannon Elizabeth. Bebe reveals how you can recreate Jennifer’s look for less with MILANI COSMETICS for around $50! www.milanicosmetics.com
EYES: It is all about the eyes for this look. To achieve these beautiful bold smokey eyes for an evening out on the town, you will need several shadows to create the look. I recommend two palettes from Milani’s Runway Eyes Fashion Shadows; Backstage Basics ($8.99) for your shimmery silver & black shades and the Ready To Wear ($8.99) palette for the golden highlight around the inner corners of your eyes. Each of these palettes has six shades to choose from, so you have many options for creating a soft or heavy smokey eye. For this look, keep the darker shades toward the outer crease and the shimmer highlights toward the inner crease of the eye.