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Bryce Dallas Howard's smoky eye secrets

Published 20/08/2015

Bryce Dallas Howard
Bryce Dallas Howard

Bryce Dallas Howard's make-up artist gives the lowdown on her smoky eye look.

The Jurassic World actress has been a red carpet regular since the dino movie was released in June, and looked flawless at an event in Los Angeles earlier this week.

Wearing a dress that gave the illusion of a star-print top and black pencil skirt, Bryce rocked autumnal hues on her eyes and lips.

"I love using warm, rusty colours with auburn hair. For Bryce we went with a monochromatic smoky, earthy vibe," make-up artist Georgie Eisdell told The Hollywood Reporter.

"She has piercing green eyes and I wanted to enhance them even more, so I used a combination of eyeshadows."

To get the look yourself, use the exact same products Georgie did; Laura Mercier's Metallic Creme Color in Burnished Copper, MAC Eyeshadow in Rich Brick and Tom Ford Eye Quad in Cocoa Mirage.

Next came powder formulas.

"To create depth I went in with Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Rich Chocolate on the lash line. Following that I used a soft liner along the lash line and extended it out to open up her eyes even more and create a bit more drama," Georgie explained.

Georgie, who also works with Carey Mulligan and Halston Sage, finished the look with mascara and some shadow under the eye to complete the smoky effect.

Keep hair simple if you're going to try the look yourself, as not to detract from the eyes.

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