Thursday, June 24, 2010
She's wearing just the right amount of makeup -- not too much where it consumes her face but enough to define her finest features. Eyes, for example, are kohl-rimmed but not cat-eyed. To achieve this look, try using a pen liner on top lash line. Giorgio Armani makes a great one: Maestro eye liner. It's matte black and gives a precise line. Brows are defined and arched, lips are mauve, cheeks are rosy. Simple yet elegant.
Then we have the hair. Girl must be taking some prenatal vitamins because her hair is looking thick, shiny and long. To fake the volume, use a product like Phyto Phytovolume Actif Maximizing Volume Spray, my hairstylist swears by it. Use a large round brush a blow out hair accordingly. For the shine, my absolute favorite product is an oldie but goodie: Kerastase Oleo-Relax, a smoothing shine serum that gives frizz a run for it's money.
We may not all be born with Sandra's blessed genes, but we can sure fake it!