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Thursday 18 September 2014

Jennifer Aniston: Lipstick reflects mood

Jennifer Aniston

Jennifer Aniston picks lipstick that suits her mood.

The actress' long-time make-up artist Angela Levin shared the secrets behind her flawless face.

Angela says the star likes to keep things minimal on her mouth, preferring to play up the eyes or blush.

"No, she [Jennifer] doesn't usually go for a big, bold lip. Usually we keep her lips neutral and natural. I sometimes use Kevyn Aucoin's lip liner in Minimal or the Precision Lip Definer by Chanel in Natural," she told The Cut. "As far as lipstick, the assortment is huge; we choose depending on outfit or mood."

The Friends star is known for her gorgeous glowing complexion. Angela shared the tips and products she uses to get her sun-kissed look.

"First step, I apply a small amount of primer. It's helpful in making the make-up last all day or night. Also, because when she is not working she is always getting photographed. After the primer I use a few dots of Youngblood Foundation. I like how lightweight it is and it blends well, I can also build it up if needed," she continued. "Lately, to fill in and define her brows, we've been really into Sephora's eyebrow pencil. Jennifer has great lashes, the kind that when you put mascara on they really pop!"

For the final step in crafting Jennifer's look, Angela enjoys experimenting with cheek shades. She named the brands that are best for beautifying the cheek area.

"For cheeks I prefer a cream blush. Chanel has a new cream blush formula which I like, also Ben Nye and Bobbi Brown have some nice ones," she listed. "There are millions of formulas, textures and shades of bronzers - we play with many. But for shading I go with a matte mauve-y/taupe-y tone, not too orange-y."

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