Posted Wed, March 23, 2011 1:45pm EST

Elizabeth Taylor Was A Beauty Icon. See Pics Of Her Most Gorgeous Looks!

Superstar Elizabeth Taylor has died. A two-time Oscar-winner who made many famous movies, she was also known for her eight marriages and her generous contributions to AIDS research. Yet Elizabeth may be best remembered for her iconic beauty look: perfect complexion, dramatic eyebrows, violet eyes, and red lips. She was a true beauty who would have looked amazing with no makeup at all, yet her totally made-up looks were legendary.

Elizabeth was even famous in the beauty world: her first perfume, White Diamonds, launched in 1991 and became the most successful celebrity fragrance of all time! Take a look at the gallery for a collection of images throughout Elizabeth’s life, and in her honor take a few beauty tips from her looks!

  • Flawless Skin: Apply a velvety-matte foundation all over, then use concealer to correct spots and imperfections. Finish with translucent powder!
  • Dramatic Brows: Tweeze or wax brows to get them into an arched shape, then use brow pencil to define them.
  • Lined Eyes: Use an eyeliner and mascara to enhance your eyes and make them pop!
  • Red Lips: A red cream lipstick will give you Elizabeth’s dramatic pout.

–Allie Jordan

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Posted at 4:50 PM on March 23, 2011  

i didn’t realize she was a child star. explains her connection with mj a little more, and her protective nature toward him.

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