line

Kristen Bell Makeup

submitted
Kristen Bell Makeup

How to Do Your Makeup Like Kristen Bell

Kristen Bell Makeup
Kristen Bell has the girl next door look mastered, but when she does it up for evening, this blond beauty emanates kittenish appeal. If you're fair haired, look to her for makeup and hairstyle inspiration or try on Kristen Bell makeup in our virtual makeup studio.

Powder foundation offers natural-looking coverage and keeps shine at bay. Apply it with a damp makeup sponge for a heavier finish or use a fluffy brush for a barely-there effect like Kristen Bell's.

Rim the inside of your lower lashes with a white eyeliner pencil to look alert and revived, instantly. For eyeliner, apply brown or black eye shadow (wet) to the underside of the top lash roots using a flathead eyeliner brush. Fair haired maidens look gorgeous in soft smoky eye makeup. Try deep plum liner and mascara to brighten the whites of the eyes.

To intensify the natural color in your lips, prep your kisser with exfoliating beads. Apply lip moisturizer using gentle pinching motions to bring out your perfect pink then top it off with gloss.

For a beachy, wind-swept look, work styling cream through with your hands and blow dry haphazardly. If you have bangs, put some bend in them bangs with a large Velcro roller. You can also get touchable waves by taking a large barrel curling iron to strategic pieces, turning your head upside down and tousling it with your fingers. --Stephanie Simons

TRY ON MAKEUP BY UPLOADING A PHOTO TO TAAZ.

Discuss this Article

Attach
No new comments
Umm tried it, done that. It's only good for the finish--but you're wasting a whole lot of product because it gets absorbed into the sponge. Not a very good way to go if you're concerned about not letting your product going to waste. This comment has been removed.
Attach
Not really, if you're using a DRY sponge...maybe. But you're not even supposed to be using a dry sponge, because it'll wind up making your foundation too heavy (not to mention, a wasteful amount gets sucked into the sponge). But if you use a DAMP sponge, the retained moisture from the dampness will prevent all that foundation from getting sucked in. Try it out, and see for yourself. This comment has been removed.
Attach
I personally use a damp sponge to apply my makeup. And having had used all sorts of foundation brushes, my fingers, etc., I can really say that the damp sponge is THE BEST in terms of imparting a natural, airbrushed quality finish. It really gives a dewy afterglow and makes the foundation really meld onto the skin (basically looking like a flawless second skin). So apply your foundation as the tutorial suggests...with a damp sponge! This comment has been removed.
Attach
Searching comments
9466 Black Mountain Rd, Suite 250, San Diego, CA 92126
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT
ADVERTISEMENT