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Sunday 2 August 2015

Get Amber Heard's make-up look

Published 15/08/2013 | 14:32

Amber Heard
Amber Heard

Amber Heard's recent premiere make-up look has been explained.

The 27-year-old actress looked stunning at the recent Los Angeles premiere of her new movie Paranoia wearing an unusual draped dress from Vionnet.

Amber complemented the gathered blue frock with an effortless up 'do and gorgeous make-up courtesy of beauty pro Mai Quynh.

The make-up artist says perfecting Amber's skin with a luminous base is the key to nailing this flawless look.

“I started by prepping her skin with Orlane Elixir Royal. Then I applied Lancôme Teint Miracle Liquid Foundation in Buff 6 to her face using a Beauty Blender sponge," she told Hollywood Life.

Mai then applied NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer in Custard under her eyes.

Amber sported a natural blush on her cheeks, which Mai says is easy to achieve with clever blending.

“I layered Stila Convertible Color Cream Blush in Petunia to her cheeks and then Tarte Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Powder Blush in Dazzled on top, to give her cheeks more dimension," she explained.

Amber highlighted her gorgeous green eyes to perfection thanks to her subtle smokey eyeshdaow. Mai says the key to such a look is to blend and smudge to avoid harsh lines.

“[I began with] Chanel Les 4 Ombres Eyeshadow Quad in 39 Raffinement. I mixed the rose and peach shades and applied it to her eyelid, from the lash line to the crease," she explained.

"[I then] smudged the mahogany shade along her top and bottom lash line for depth. I applied two coats of Dior Show Mascara in Black to her top and bottom lashes.”

Amber's look was finished with a slick of Laura Mercier Creme Lip Colour Lipstick in Peche.

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