Face Makeup Tricks & How-To's (285)
Steal Nikki Reed's style

The gorgeous Nikki Reed certainly seems to have it all, as she stars in the "Twilight" films and she's married to American Idol cutie Paul McDonald. During her recent appearance at Comic-Con, the starlet donned some sassy makeup that ladies everywhere need to try. Teen Vogue Magazine broke down the steps of the look, so there's no excuse not to test it out.

For the look, Reed donned peachy-pink lipstick and lovely makeup on her eyes.


It may seem like Reed is barely wearing any makeup, but the trick to looking fresh-faced is finding a foundation that blends perfectly into your skin. For summer, the magazine suggests finding a foundation that has a bit of shimmer or glow to it. This product will help accentuate your recent tan, giving you a dewy glow.

To avoid looking tired, apply a touch of concealer under your eyes to hide any dark spots or circles. Glamour Magazine suggests finding a product with yellow tones in it, to help hide the purple in the circles better.


In the summer, it's important to use a powder bronzer or blush in order to help sop up any oil that may present itself on your face during the day. Teen Vogue reports Reed used a bronzer with gold shimmer in it to help give off a perfect glow. Apply the product to places on your face that the sun naturally hits - including the apples of your cheeks, the bridge of your nose and your forehead.

Neutral eyes

Reed kept her eyes pretty, yet natural by using neutral-toned eyeshadows. Warm colors like gold, brown and copper are best. Add a bit of flare by finding eyeshadow compacts with a touch of shimmer, especially if you're going to wear this style at night. Finish off the look with a touch of mascara on your top and bottom lashes.

Lovely lips

To complete this gorgeous look, you'll need to find a peach-pink lip hue or gloss. This shade screams summer and works well against the more mellow products used on your cheeks and eyes.

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