MUA Monday – Get Nikki Reed’s Look

We follow a lot of young celebs that set the trends in fashion and beauty with bright & bold statements, but we shouldn’t forget about the girls that keep it simple. For example, I love seeing Nikki Reed on the red carpet. Her makeup is usually warm and romantic, which is a breath of fresh air at events! If you like Nikki as much as I do, keep reading for instructions on how to re-create two of my favorites.

Nikki Reed Look 1:

Eyes: A little bit can go a long way with this classic and soft eye look. Take our 28 Color Smoky Eye Palette and use the neutral cream shade on your lids for a smoother and brighter appearance. Then, line the eyes with a matte black shadow.

Cheeks: Use a natural, rosy-toned blush and lightly dust on the apples of the cheeks using our Angled Blush Brush. This shade can be found in the 10 Color Professional Blush Palette.

Lips: Her lips are very matte and natural. Try using the Lip Liner in Earth to fill in the lips and achieve the light earthy tone.

Nikki Reed Look 2 (doesn’t she look like Keira Knightley here?):

Eyes: This romantic look is perfect for a dinner party or date without doing too much. Line the eyes with a black shadow from the 28 Color Smoky Eye Palette and blend out with the golden sparkly shade around the contours of the eyes. For a little more intensity, line the waterline of the eyes with the Waterproof Eye Liner in Onyx.

Cheeks: On the cheeks, you see a very subtle glow which can be easily achieved by applying a little bit of bronzer to your cheek bones. For Nikki’s complexion, we recommend using our Bronzing Powder in Matte Bronze.

Lips: On the lips, apply a neutral shimmer gloss, such as the Lip Gloss in Office Queen to complete this look with light glimmer.

 

Let me know in the comments below which celebs makeup you love!

Sincerely,

Julia

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