Lauren Conrad’s Glam Retro Makeup: Get The Exact Look

Mon, October 15, 2012 10:32am EST by Add first Comment
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The designer looked retro chic at the ‘Designs For The Cure’ Gala For Susan G. Komen on October 13 in Los Angeles, California. Here’s how to get her exact makeup look, straight from her makeup artist!

Lauren Conrad, 26, looked absolutely stunning at this charity fashion event. The awe-inspiring look was  created by makeup artist, Amy Nadine.

Here’s Amy’s breakdown of Lauren’s look:

Lauren is wearing Illuminaire Concealing Foundation in Fair all over her face and neck applied with a Beauty Blender Sponge for a more sheer finish. Amy dusted Laura Mercier Pressed Powder in Natural Beige on Lauren’s t-zone.

For radiant cheeks, Amy “applied Kevyn Aucoin Cream Blush in Euphoria on the apples of her cheeks then bronzed her cheekbones, hairline and jawline with Dior Bronzing Powder.”

For Lauren’s eye look, Amy applied Ellis Faas Creamy Eyes E209 for a nude canvas on her lids and then used mark. Get In Line Waterproof Liquid Liner in Painted Black along her lash line and winged out and up for her signature cat eye.  For added polish, Amy finished the eye with a couple coats of Maybelline Full & Soft Mascara and a few Winks by Georgie individual flare lashes on the outer corners of the upper lashes.

How did Amy mix that amazing blood-red lip shade? She says, “I layered MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Rouge 8 Iconic Red  (bright red) over MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Rouge 9 Burgundy for an oxblood lip with depth and lasting power.” The best part? “No need to reapply throughout the night, not even once!” raves Amy.

HollywoodLifers, do YOU love Lauren’s retro look?

– Kristine Hope Kowalski

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