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Elizabeth Hurley Makeup

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Elizabeth Hurley Makeup

How to Do Your Makeup Like Elizabeth Hurley

Elizabeth Hurley Makeup
Elizabeth Hurley's look in a nutshell? "Very grr, baby." Whether you're planning to go all out in a Vanessa Kensington-inspired costume (think white thigh high boots and a long, flipped bob), or you simply aspire to copy Elizabeth Hurley's makeup in her Estée Lauder ads, these beauty tips are for you. Try on her makeup in our virtual makeup studio.

Although Austin Powers' original sidekick has rich, chocolate-colored hair, she's synonymous with wearing makeup colors that look great on blondes: think pale pinks and frosty nudes. Cream bush should be applied to the apples of the cheeks for a dewy, youthful look. Foundation and concealer should be kept to a minimum. Both tend to draw attention to fine lines and wrinkles.

Elizabeth Hurley's eye makeup steals the spotlight (line your eyes with black pencil and lengthen your lashes with black mascara, always) Her eye shadow palette is consistenly light: shimmery white or cream under the browbone, taupe in the crease, and a bit of baby blue smudged on top of your black eyeliner to soften the look.

To get sun-kissed brown hair hair like Elizabeth Hurley, opt for caramel highlights around your face. The trick is to go lighter gradually. As you age, highlights are a great way to cover up stray white hairs.

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I use a lip liner when I really want my lipstick to stay on better. But you don't really have to, it's kind of a personal choice. But to ensure that your lipstick lasts throughout the day, it's advisable to wear liner underneath. If anything, use a color that is slightly darker than your nude color (if you can't find one that's the same shade) and then run over the liner with the lipstick. This comment has been removed.
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kay thanks for answering my question :) This comment has been removed.
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Quick question: are you supposed to line your lips if you're using a nude color lipstick?? If so, are you supposed to use a color lighter or deeper than the nude color lipstick??? thanks This comment has been removed.
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