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Nicole Kidman Makeup

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Nicole Kidman Makeup

How to Do Your Makeup Like Nicole Kidman

Nicole Kidman Makeup
Nicole Kidman's statuesque figure and porcelain skin make her a standout. Want to radiate elegance like this ravishing fair-skinned beauty? Follow these easy beauty tips for creating a flawless and eternally classic makeup look. You can also try on Nicole Kidman's makeup in our virtual makeup studio.

To create a flawless canvas, apply foundation primer to clean skin, followed by a yellow-based foundation. If you have porcelain skin like Nicole Kidman, try Chanel's foundation collections (they boast a luxuriant consistency and the colors cater to fair maidens).

Set your foundation with loose translucent powder on the forehead, nose and chin and add a touch of highlighter just above the apples of the cheeks to impart luminosity.

For a fast smoky eye, you can dot black or brown pencil eyeliner between the lashes and blend the dots with a sponge tip or your fingertip. The effect will look less contrived and you'll get out the front door quicker than if you attempted to draw a perfect straight line.

Apply gold shadow to the inner corners of your eyes using your fingertips. This will light up the eyes instantly. Rose eye shadow is always pretty on ultra fair skin. Tone down the pinkiness with a bit of gold.

Salmon-hued lipstick will take your look from day to evening in a flash. It's soft, but has enough attitude and intensity to work after hours. Apply lipstick before lipliner for your most natural look (you'll be less likely to draw too far outside the lines). Finish with tantalizing nude gloss and a shorter man on your arm to channel Nicole Kidman. --Stephanie Simons

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reppin' all the fair-skin beauties ftw!!!! :) This comment has been removed.
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wow! she looks really good for her age and virtually wrinkle-free! This comment has been removed.
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Lol @ her recent makeup malfunction with translucent powder. Apparently sometimes it photographs pretty atrociously...guess i'll have to stick to my regular setting powder haha This comment has been removed.
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