On April 22, Sofia Vergara attended the premiere of ‘Chef’ at the Tribeca Film Festival. The curvy bombshell looked absolutely stunning wearing the perfect spring time bronzed look! We found out how you can recreate her exact look — read the step by step directions straight from her makeup artist below!
Modern Family star Sofia Vergara, 41, was the cause of some major draw dropping action on the red carpet for the premiere of Chef. Her makeup looked super fresh and flawless! We spoke with her makeup artist, Kayleen McAdams, who revealed how she created Sofia’s exact look.
Sofia Vergara’s Exact Makeup — Get The Look
Sofia Vergara always looks stunning on the red carpet, but she hit it out of the park on April 22 at the premiere of Chef. Here are the step-by-step directions on how you can achieve her look straight from her makeup artist, Kayleen.
Step 1: “Before I created the dramatic eye look, I wanted to give her skin a beautiful glow. I applied COVERGIRL truBELND Liquid Foundation in M6 all over her face and neck and applied truBLEND FixStick Concealer just where needed.”
Step 2: “I then used the truMAGIC Illuminzer and Sun Kisser to carve out her cheekbones, and then lightly dusted CK One Cream + Powder Blush Duo in Breath for an extra burst of color.”
Step 4: “Then I created Sofia’s signature cat eye with the Bombshell Intensity Liner, and then created a bold lash look with Bombshell Mascara. I then highlighted her brows using CK One Brow Pencil + Gel in Wily Brunette.”
Step 5: “For her soft pink lip, I used LipPerfection Lipcolor in Decadent #287. I loved this lip color with her beautiful white dress!”
We loved this makeup tutorial! What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Will you use Kayleen’s steps to get a makeup look that looks exactly like Sofia’s? Let us know in the comments below!
— Shira Benozilio
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