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Get The Look: Emily Ratajkowski’s Effortless Smokey Eye & Messy Pony

Tue, August 11, 2015 4:59pm EDT by Add first Comment

Who says a casual beauty look can’t be sexy? Emily Ratajkowski made a messy ponytail and smudged out smokey eye look over-the-top glam at the ‘We Are Your Friends’ European premiere. Get the details on her gorgeous look!

Emily Ratajkowski, 24, looked stunning at the London premiere for We Are Your Friends, where she co-stars alongside Zac Efron, with a no-fuss beauty look meant to withstand hot summer days. To elevate the look for the red carpet, the model and actress wore a black tank dress with blue sequined detailing with a thigh-baring slit. Find out how to recreate her hair and makeup, below!

To copy Emily’s sexy smokey eye, it’s all about using neutral colors to create a smudged out look. Use Charlotte Tilbury’s The Dolce Vita Eye Kit, which was specifically curated with everything you need to master the smokey eye. Start with Dolce Vita Luxury Eyeshadow Palette, to blend brown shades across your eyelids and crease, blending the dark brown shadow just under your lower lashline as well. Define the upper and lower lashline with a thin line of the Feline Flick, and slightly clump your lashes with Full Fat Lashes Mascara.

For Emily’s slightly glossy nude lip, turn to another Charlotte Tilbury essentials kit, the Dolce Vita Lip Kit. Once you’ve lined lips with lip liner in Pillowtalk, fill your lips in with lipstick in Penelope Pink and add a coat of gloss with Lip Lustre in Seduction.

Emily Ratajkowski’s Smokey Eye & Ponytail — Copy Her Effortless Style

To match her soft smokey eye, Emily’s hair was styled into a messy, textured ponytail. To get the look, spray your hair with dry shampoo or a texturizing spray like Redken 05 Windblown. Brush your hair back into a ponytail just below the crown of your head, messing the front up a little with your fingers to create more volume and an undone look.

What do you think of Emily’s fuss-free red carpet beauty look?

— Marissa DeSantis