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Cara Delevingne is 'always open to creative collaboration'

Cara Delevingne's make-up artist Molly Stern loves the fact that the model-turned-actress is "always open to creative collaboration".

Cara Delevingne is "never afraid to try new ideas", her make-up artist Molly Stern has revealed.

The 23-year-old model-turned-actress made a stunning appearance at Comic-Con in San Diego on Sunday (23Jul16) to promote her role in upcoming movie Suicide Squad.

For the event, Cara looked stunning in a pair of high-waisted blue trousers teamed with a black long-sleeved crop top with blue stripes on the sleeves by Versace. Her make-up perfectly complemented her ensemble, with Cara showing off a dewy base, pink lip and making a statement with a flick of electric blue eyeliner.

In an interview with Teen Vogue, Molly explained that Cara's love of mixing things up with her look makes her a joy to work with.

"She's never afraid to try new ideas," Molly smiled to Teen Vogue. "She always open to the creative collaboration... She left feeling great and excited to be part of the pack."

Explaining how she created the look for Cara, Molly started by prepping her skin with Caudalie's beauty elixir before using Natura Bisse Oxygen Serum and Oxygen Cream to give a glowing finish. She mattified the look with some Rimmel London BB Cream Matte, before doing a little contouring using the Rimmel London Sculpting and Highlighting Kit by Kate Moss in Golden Bronze.

When it came to her eyes, Molly "applied a soft pink iridescent shadow to the lids and then lined the eye with a combo of electric blue and turquoise sharply at the lashline and out."

Despite being in the spotlight for the whole day, Cara managed to still look flawless by the time she was done with her promotional duties. However, Molly adds that if she wasn't on hand to touch up the actress during the day, she would advise her to opt for a "less is more" approach to her make-up.

"If we all had makeup artists following us around we could maintain our freshness too!" she laughed. "But generally for a long day 'less is more' always makes a huge difference. If you let your skin breath a bit, by keeping it sheer, touching up makes more sense and doesn't build up and end up looking like cake batter on the skin."

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