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Movie Star Makeup - Keira Knightley


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Copy Keira Knightley's makeup at the 78th Oscars Awards Ceremony
(By Beautyriot)

This looks delivers big on a tall order: it's glamorous and dramatic yet subtle. It's classy without being boring or old-fashioned. It's dramatic without being loud. And it's a great look for just about anyone regardless of coloring. Try it on for your next special occasion or romantic evening.

FACE

Foundation / Concealer After moisturizing, use a matte foundation in a shade as close to your natural skin tone as possible and apply to any areas of the face that need evening out. Blend well.

Then, apply concealer to the inner corners of the eyes and underneath to cover dark circles. Apply a small amount of concealer to the eyelid as a shadow base.

Blush Use a cream or powder formula blush in a delicate rose, or peach depending upon which compliments your skin tone better. You should apply your blush in the style that best suits your face. Round faces look better with blush applied to the apple of the cheek, while narrower faces can take blush on the cheekbone. Apply blush one light layer at a time, blending well, until you have a delicate glow.

Dust your entire face at this stage with a matte pressed powder in a shade that matches your foundation. Use a puff or sponge to press the powder into the upper and lower eyelids. This will do wonders for preventing eyeliner and shadow slippage over the course of an evening of dancing, laughing, kissing, etc.

EYES

Eyelid - Apply a matte tan or khaki shade on the lid and right into the upper lash line. Sweep this shade along the lower lash line, as well.
Crease Apply a matte smoke or charcoal shadow in the crease from corner to corner. Blend very well, paying special attention to delicately blend into the lid shadow just a touch.

Hi lite - Apply a light layer of matte cream shadow just below the brow, from underneath the arch to the outer corner.

Eyeliner - Choose a black or smoke powder liner or eyeshadow, or eye pencil. If you use shadow or powder liner, use a wet liner brush dipped in the powder.

Apply a thin line to the top lash line, from corner to corner. Use a light touch and try to keep the color just in between the lashes. An easy way to do this is to aim the brush or pencil at the lash line from underneath and wiggle it in between the lashes gently as you work your way across.

Repeat the process on the lower lash line, creating a very thin, fine line, staying within the lash line, itself, all the way across. Try the reverse technique as the upper lash line, aiming down on the lash line from above.

Finally, trace a thin, delicate line around the inner corners of the eyes for a really professional look.

Trace your eyeliner with your crease eyeshadow. Then use a clean brush or applicator to gently blur the shadow, widening it onto the lid and below the lower lashes just a bit.

Finally, use a clean brush or applicator to gently blend and soften the overall eye look to your desired result. Keira's look has no hard edges or sharp lines, except for the liner around the inner corners of the eyes.

Eye Brows - Use a brow pencil or powder to shape and fill in brows. Start by defining the arch and then fill in the rest as necessary.
Lashes Curl lashes and coat two or three times with a black, lengthening mascara.

LIPS

To get glass-smooth lips, brush them very gently with an old, soft toothbrush. Then apply petroleum jelly and allow it to soak in for 30 or more minutes. You can do this first and let it sit while you apply the rest of your makeup.

Choose a lipstick in a very delicate matte Πude, pink or peach. Apply one coat of the lipstick and blot with tissue, then apply a second coat, blot again, and apply one more coat for lasting power.

Dune

I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.

~Bene Gesserit Litany Against Fear