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Kate Winslet Makeup

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Kate Winslet Makeup

How to Do Your Makeup Like Porcelain-Skinned Beauty Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet Makeup
Known for her flawless porcelain skin, extreme curves and sleek, side-parted hairstyles, Kate Winslet channels a bygone era that calls to mind beauties like Catherine Deneuve. Copying her makeup look is a matter of radiance, which can be achieved in a few simple steps. You can get this Kate Winslet makeup look by uploading your photo to our virtual makeup studio. In the meantime, a few helpful beauty tips:

To create the lit-from-within porcelain glow possessed by Kate Winslet, create a dewy finish with a sheer foundation, applied with a foundation brush and blended well at the hairline and jawline with a makeup sponge.

Achieve perfection by applying a yellow-based concealer a few shades lighter than the skin to conceal dark circles under the eyes. Use only a bit or mix it with eye cream, as it tends to settle into fine lines as the day progresses and can give the skin a crinkled, mature look. Looking younger than you really are should always be your goal when applying your makeup.

For a starlet-worthy glow, apply a shimmery liquid highlighter to the temples, brow bone and down the center of the nose (this will reflect light and appear to slenderize your nose). Baby pink blush is a must and should be applied ever so lightly to the apples of the cheeks for a look that's less contoured and more fresh-faced.

Using an eyeshadow brush, blend a white shadow from the lash line to the eyebrow and apply a smoky charcoal shadow into the lashline and crease. Prep your lashes with an eyelash curler and glue a few individual lashes to the outer corners of each eye for a fluttery effect. Generously layer your lashes with black mascara.

Kate Winslet’s eyes are a piercing shade of blue, which complement her creamy complexion. You can make this dreamy look your own with colored contact lenses.

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Oh wow! Thanks for your elaborate input. I'm going to go get myself one of those ELF brushes and some sponges! :) This comment has been removed.
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What type of brushes do people use for applying foundation? Thinking of getting a brush... This comment has been removed.
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wow...i can barely recognize her in that picture. she looks good tho! ^_^ This comment has been removed.
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