Ginnifer Goodwin’s 2012 Emmy Makeup: Get Her Dramatic Cat Eye

Mon, September 24, 2012 4:14pm EDT by Add first Comment
Ginnifer Goodwin 2012 Emmy Makeup
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The stunning star debuted one of the most spectacular makeup looks of the night. Her exaggerated 60s-inspired eye was such a standout! Here, how to create the look straight from her makeup artist!

Ginnifer Goodwin, 34, is by far one of the most naturally beautiful stars in Hollywood. While her pore-free, peaches-n-cream complexion is always the highlight of her look, the actress went for a dramatic black winged eye for the annual event.


mark Celebrity Makeup Mai Quynh created the look for Ginnifer. “This was a Twiggy-inspired makeup look, so we kept it simple with a classic thick black liner. I applied mark Keep It Going Longwear Eyeliner & Shadow in Entourage to the outer creases of Ginnifer’s eyes, outlining her top creases and top lash lines using the mark Flat Eyeliner Blush. Then, I made sure to wing out the shadow/liner for a deep, dramatic cat eye effect. I framed her eyes by applying two coats of mark Lash All You Want High-Volume Mascara in Black to her upper lashes.”

The end result was so glamorous! Ginnifer gets out vote for best beauty of the night!

HollywoodLifers, was Ginnifer’s makeup your favorite look from the Emmys? Vote below!

– Jennifer Tzeses

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