Emma Roberts, How Can We Get Your 'Valentine’s Day' Glow?

Wed, February 10, 2010 5:30pm EST by Add first Comment


Emma Roberts looked fresh and fun at her big red carpet premiere!

It’s great to see 19-year-old Emma Roberts looking pretty and age appropriate. Many a Hollywood starlet could learn a thing or two from Julia Roberts’ niece. Emma, Neutrogena brand ambassador, looked beautiful and glowing at the LA premiere of her new film Valentine’s Day on Feb. 8. “To complement her fun and flirty look, I wanted to accentuate her eyes with spicy-warm brown shades since they are not as harsh as black,” says makeup artist Dawn Broussard who created Emma’s look.

Here’s how Dawn got Emma’s look!

  • “For this premiere, I wanted to build a naturally flawless face while treating blemishes and preventing future breakouts. I used Neutrogena SkinClearing Liquid Make-up and SkinClearing Mineral Powder in Classic Ivory for a beautifully even finish. Since her hair was swept away from her face, I gave Emma an airy glow with a Neutrogena Mineral Sheers Blush in Illuminator,” Dawn says.
  • “Using Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Duo in Crème Caramel for the eye shadow base, I applied Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Duo in Fairy Dusty in the creases of her eyes for a hint of drama. I framed her lash lines with Neutrogena Nourishing Eye Liner in Spiced Chocolate so her eyes would “pop” against her subtle lip color. I finished the look off with a few coats of Healthy Volume Black Brown Mascara,” Dawn says.
  • “To balance out her smokey eye make-up, I layered Neutrogena MoistureShine LipSheers in Sparkling Nude underneath a top coat of Neutrogena MoistureShine Gloss in Whisper,” Dawn says. - Marta Topran

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