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Get the Look: Selena Gomez at the 2011 Golden Globes

Celebrity make-up artist Karan Mitchell played with coral and golden hues to achieve Selena Gomez's ultra feminine, fun and flirty look, using exclusively Anastasia Beverly Hills products. Selena chose a beautiful Catherine Deane coral colored gown with golden chain accents. Karan Mitchell wanted the make up to be complimentary to her dress so she focused on the coral and golden shades.

Keep reading for step-by-step instructions on achieving Selena's look...
Here's how to achieve Selena's sultry Eyes & Lashes:

  1. For the base of the lid, Mitchell used the first two shades from the ILLUMIN8 with YOUTHFUL SYNERGY™ COMPLEX EYE SHADOW PALETTE #1, blending on the eyelid as well as from the crease to the brow as a highlight.

  2. Then she blended the soft plum accent shade 4 from ILLUMIN8 with YOUTHFUL SYNERGY™ COMPLEX EYE SHADOW PALETTE #1on the crease as well as blending up and outward all the way to the eyebrow on the outer edges.

  3. Next, Mitchell wet the deep onyx shade from ILLUMIN8 with YOUTHFUL SYNERGY™ COMPLEX EYE SHADOW PALETTE #2 and used it as a liquid liner on the top lashes.

  4. Treat your eyelashes as you do your hair. You want to round-brush Lash Lifting Mascara into the root of your upper and lower lashes for definition.

Cheeks & Lips:

  1. Using the amazing wand, swipe HydraFull Gloss across the lips.

  2. Using your ring finger gently tap the crème cheek color from the Highlighting Crème Duo (Selena used St Tropez) to apples of cheeks, blending to hairline.

  3. For a sexy glow and highlighted cheekbones apply a small amount of the liquid highlighter along the cheekbones and blend on to your shoulders too!

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Ohhhhhh to be so young and fresh!
#1 sohoaccessories (Homepage) on 2011-01-17 21:24 (Reply)
Gorgeous young looking makeup. I love it's simplicity.
#2 Zoe, All for Style (Homepage) on 2011-01-18 16:32 (Reply)
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