Ashley looked stunning at the premiere of her upcoming flick ‘Wish I Was Here’ at the Sundance Film Festival on Jan. 18. Makeup artist Kerrie Urban is breaking down the exact look below!
Ashley Greene was glowing at the Marc Theatre in Park City, Utah during the Sundance Film Festival. Her makeup artist, Kerrie Urban, used JUARA and Antonym products to create her flawless face. Find out how to copy Ashley’s makeup look right here!
Ashley Greene At Sundance — Get Her Exact Makeup
Kerrie breaks down the look to HollywoodLife.com:
“Today, I worked with Ashley Greene for her premiere at Sundance. She was wearing black leather pants, a dark navy blue shirt from J Brand, and a military inspired jacket on top. Since her outfit was so dark, we wanted to play with color a little bit for daytime to keep her looking bright and fresh.”
“I began by prepping her skin with JUARA’s Sweet Black Tea & Ginger Mattefying Moisturizer. Under the eyes, I used the JUARA Sweet Black Tea Eye Crème. Both products gave her skin just the right amount of moisture and I love that the moisturizer isn’t greasy and controls shine — perfect for the red carpet!
Next, I evened out her skin tone all over with Chanel Aqua Lumiere and layered the Antonym Baked Foundation in Light on top. Ashley has great skin and doesn’t need super heavy coverage, so the combination of these two products looked soft, natural and flawless.
For her eyes, working with Antonym’s Certified Organic Quattro Eye Shadow Palette in Noisette, I swept a layer of the pale gold across her lids from lash line to the crease. Next, I used the brown shimmer shade in the outer corners of her eyes and crease line, blending into the gold. Then, I lined her eyes with the Antonym Certified Natural Waterproof Black Eye Pencil in Noir on the top lash line. On the bottom lash line, I smudged a light line with the matte brown shade from the Quattro Palette. To finish off the eyes, I applied the Lola Lash Certified Natural Mascara and a few individual lashes!
For Ashley’s cheeks, I used Antonym Baked Blush in Copper, sweeping it along the apples of her cheeks for a fresh glow. And finally, to finish off the look, Ashley wanted a bright pop of color on her lips so we went with a bright raspberry color.”
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— Dory Larrabee