Elizabeth Banks looked effortlessly beautiful at the latest ‘The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2’ premiere with her blonde hair styled in a glossy blowout and her makeup kept simple with lightly lined eyes and a pale shimmery lip. Find out how to copy her latest hair look.
The final installment of The Hunger Games is practically here, and for the LA premiere on November 16, Elizabeth Banks, 41, wore a sparkly, sequin dress and paired the statement-making gown with a shiny blowout hairstyle and soft makeup. Learn how to copy her beauty look, below.
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Sporting a hairstyle much more understated than her character, Effie Trinket, Elizabeth’s hair was perfectly smooth and shiny, with a deep side part and face-framing layers. To copy her hair, start by applying a volumizing mousse like L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Boost It Volume Inject Mousse throughout damp hair.
Before you hit your hair with a blow dryer, add a quarter-size dollop of L’Oréal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Blow Dry It Thermal Smoother Cream on your mid-lengths to ends only, to get a smoother blowout and protect your hair from heat damage. Blow your hair out with a dryer and round, boar-bristle brush, parting your hair off to the side and touching up any areas with a flat iron as needed.
Elizabeth Banks’ Hair At ‘The Hunger Games’ Premiere — How To Copy Her Shiny Blowout
Elizabeth’s makeup was soft and pretty, focusing on flawless skin that you can copy with a foundation like Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup. The lightweight foundation contains skin-improving ingredients like vitamin E, soy and wild chamomile to improve your skin tone and radiance while creating a perfect base.
What did you think of Elizabeth’s premiere look, HollywoodLifers?
— Marissa DeSantis