Mila Kunis looks absolutely stunning, rocking a retro beauty look, on the August 2014 cover of ‘W.’ Though she says she told her parents she never wanted to get married, everything changed when she met her fiance Ashton Kutcher.
Mila Kunis, 30, looks amazing on the cover of W magazine for their August issue. In it, she discusses her upcoming movie, Jupiter Ascending, and her new life with her soon-to-be hubby Ashton Kutcher and their future baby girl. “We all get movie star crushes. I’m marrying mine,” she gushed in the interview. Aww!
Mila Kunis On ‘W’ — Rocks the ’60s Beauty Look
On the cover of W magazine, Mila looks as if she is coming straight out of the 1960s. Her hair, styled by Jimmy Paul for Bumble and bumble, is slightly elevated on the top, as the trend was back in the ’60s, with her forehead covered by fringe neatly styled to the side.
The makeup, by Dick Pager for Shiseido, focuses particularly on the eyes to create this “1960s look,” with extra long eyelashes and a sexy, dark eyeliner that really intensifies her gaze. Nothing extravagant is added to her face — Mila looks stunning with a nude face.
Get Mila Kunis’s Extra Long Eyelashes
Mila looks flawless, as usual, on this magazine cover, and we especially love her eye makeup! If you love her sexy gaze and wish to get this look, you just need to buy a good pair of false eyelashes.
Make sure the eyelashes are not too wide for your eyes — if they are, you might need to trim them down. Measure before doing anything else to be sure. Squeeze a small amount of lash glue on your hand and gently run the eyelash strip through it. Wait 30 seconds. Apply to your lashes with a pair of tweezers. The glue will naturally dry on your eyelids and the fake eyelashes should remain in place. You can then apply your usual mascara to your lashes, which will not only create a more natural look by blending the fake lashes with the real ones, but will also create a deeper and denser look!
What do you think, HollywoodLifers? Do you like Mila’s retro beauty look on the cover of W?