Tuesday, 20 August 2013

Make-up Monday | Mila Kunis Make-up Look


Hey Beauties...
So for todays #MakeupMonday post I was asked to do a Mila Kunis look. The thing I like the most about Mila Kunis' make-up is, the face is left very simple and really dramatic smoky eyes with a nude-ish lip.
I have also filmed a video on this look and will hopefully have it up later today, I will link it down below when it has uploaded so make sure you come back and check it out also subscribe!
Hope you like this look.


So this is the picture I was sent and the finished look I came up with.


To start off with for the face I used Garnier Moisture Match Shine Be Gone to moisturise my face, then for primer I used Bourjois Bronzing Primer to add a little more colour to my face, I used my Real Techniques Stippling Brush to blend this in. For more coverage I used my Urban Decay Naked Skin Foundation, This foundation isn't what I would call full coverage but it is more then enough coverage for me as I don't really need or like full coverage foundations. I used my Real Techniques Buffing Brush from the Core Collection.

To slightly contour under the cheekbones I used Bourjois Chocolate Bronzing Powder and just applied that under my cheekbones using my Real Techniques Contour Brush  which is also in the core collection. For my eyebrows I used Sleek Makeup Brow Kit Dark and just the Real Techniques Eyebrow brush that comes in the

To start the eyes off I used Rimmel Scandaleye Shaddow Paint in Golden Bronze this acts like a primer so you do not need to apply one. 

For the eyes I used my Urban Decay Naked 2 palette.

1. To start with I used 'Half Baked' all over the lid.
2. Then I went in and blended 'Chopper' just in the crease of my eye focusing more on the inner corners of my eye.
3. Next I take 'Busted' (if you don't have the naked 2 palette but have to naked palette you can mix 'hustle' and 'creep' together to get a very similar colour) and just apply this to the outer crease blending out to the middle but not too far over.
Then I line the whole my eye using a khole eyeliner pencil, including water line and tear duct but only the outer corner of the lower lash line.
4. Finally I take 'Blackout' and apply this to the other corner of the eye and blending into the crease, making sure it blends nicely with 'busted'.

To finish the eyes I used Max Factor Wild Mega Volume Mascara on my lashes, you can use false lashes if you prefer.

For concealer and to brighten up my under eye area I used Mac Pro Longwear Concealer mixed with Simple soothing Eye balm.

For the lips I decided to go for Revlon Lip Butter in Cupcake.

So that is it for this look! hope you like it! Please let me know if you have any make-up look requests either by commenting or twitter!

As always leave any comments of questions below and I will get back to you!
Keep an eye out for my tutorial video! 

Speak soon 
Much love
Xxx


14 comments :

  1. I love your eye make-up here! You're so good at blending! Do you have any tips?

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    1. Thank you :)
      The only tips I can honestly give you are use a decent fluffy brush, have two and practice practice practice! also dont use loads of product its easier to build up the take away :)

      Thanks for the comment
      xxx

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  2. Okay, I have to be honest. Even though I love beauty, I was never into the Naked palettes because I'm not much of a neutrals girl. But you are seriously making me rethink my stance with this look! It's so gorgeous! And those pigments are lush! I also have that lip butter on my wishlist, and I think I'm going to have to pick it up! It's such a cute color! xx

    Megan | Little Miss Average

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    1. good ;) you should get them you can do so many nice looks with them! im making you spend mwahahahaha lol
      thanks for the comment :)
      xxx

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    1. Thank you :) was pretty quick to do aswell once I decided what i was doing haha
      thanks for the comment
      xxx

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    1. aww thanks hun :)
      Thanks for the comment :)
      xxx

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  5. You've got the eyes spot on! I'm so impressed! I've seen a lot of people fail at a smoky eye but this is seriously such a gorgeous look you've done! Love Mila Kunis' make up too, such a babe!

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  6. Thank you so much that's such a nice comment :) lots of practice with the smokey eyes lol :) glad you liked it.

    Thanks for the comment much appreciated
    Xxx

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  7. Awesome post wanted to do this for ages! love your blog by the way - may have to return here to stalk you more!

    SSSx

    Style StreetStalker A Street Style Blog
    www.stylestreetstalker.com

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    1. haha thanks :) glad you liked it hehe x

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  8. This is a fabulous look and your skin is even more flawless than Mila's which is quite something ;)

    Ruby Duchess

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    1. aww thank you so much :) made me blush hehe

      thanks for your comment xxx

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