Megan Fox Makeup
Megan Fox Makeup
How to Style Your Makeup Like Megan Fox
This brunette bombshell draws comparisons to Angelina Jolie for her pouty lips and cat-shaped eyes, not to mention her tattoos and slinky wardrobe choices. Although you'd surely rather date Brad Pitt than Brian Austin Green, steal her sex kitten appeal with these Megan Fox makeup tricks, worthy of an Esquire or Maxim cover. Try on Megan Fox's makeup in our virtual makeup studio.
To look sexy like Megan Fox, apply a light reflecting, yellow-based concealer (one shade lighter than your natural skin tone) to conceal dark circles. Blend a shimmery white or gold eye shadow from the lash line to the brow bone and sweep on a smoky charcoal shadow to add depth to the crease. Megan plays with bright makeup colors every now and then, so more festive occasions call for boldly colored eyeliner along your upper or lower lashes (not both). Light blue is a gorgeous option on lower lashes.
Megan Fox's eyes are a piercing shade of blue, which boldly contrast her raven hair and bronzed complexion. Spotlight your own eyes by copying Megan's full, high arches (use brow powder or pencil, paired with a brow stencil to get this look).
To score chiseled cheekbones like Miss Fox, apply your blush directly underneath the cheekbone to create the illusion of a more sculpted face and to slim down full cheeks. A touch of highlighter powder or cream applied to the temples and tops of the cheeks adds a finishing touch. Oh-so-foxy.
One look at Megan Fox's Marilyn Monroe tattoo and it's clear where she gets her makeup inspiration (copy her tattoos without the pain by investing in the henna or a stick-on variety). Marilyn and Megan are all about the sexy bedroom eyes and messy bedroom hair . To get cat-shaped eyes like either bombshell, apply black liquid liner to the upper lash line in one continuous motion, sloping the line upward and extending it beyond the outer corner of the eye in Cleopatra-esque fashion. Skip the eyeliner on the lower lashes during the day; mascara alone will bring them out. Before you apply mascara, prep your lashes with an eyelash curler and glue a few individual lashes to the outer corners of each eye. Wham, bam, now that's some serious transforming. --Stephanie Simons
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