Sunday, March 19, 2017

On 7:25 PM by Hira Tabassum in ,
Here's how Emma got her statement Beauty and The Beast look:

Beauty and The Beast was undoubtedly the most awaited and celebrated release of the year parlt because of the actress, Emma Watson as the protagonist and also because of it historical significance and fame due to its original animated version. The movie hit the cinemas on March 17 and since then we could not get over Emma's bare, "No Makeup" face that she wears during the major part of the view.

L'oreal Paris's makeup artist, Siama Bargfrede broke down Emma's look into 5 key products and the look is as easy to create as it looks:


The following products have been used to create Sana Sarfaraz's look: 
1. L'Oreal Paris Infallible Foundation
Start by applying a moisturizer and then follow with L'Oreal Paris Infallible Foundation. The formula is air light and gives Emma's light, radiant finish from the movie. It works wonderfully well on a combination skin but if you have an excessively oily skin, it is recommended you use a primer and a pressed powder.

2. L'Oreal Paris Color Ricke lipstick in 630 Cafe De Flore
Samia Bargferde says nudes are beautiful colors and allows your natural skin tone to shine through. The shade Cafe De Flore does just that!

3. L'Oreal Paris True Match Blush in 95 Rose Armour
The beautiful bright, pink gives a nice rosy flush that helps to add dimension flush and helps to break the monotony of the nude look.

4. L'Oreal Paris Volume Million Lashes in Black
With a bare face, you want your eyes to do the talking. This one promises to millionize lashes and that it does! The applicator is ultra flexible with both long and short bristles that coat each lash evenly from root to tip.The excess wiper removes excess mascara and allows the right amount of product for a very natural look.

5. L'Oreal Paris Super Liner Gel Intenza in Black
For this look, you want to keep a very light and subtle take on your liner, so it defines your eyes but is not too obvious and dramatic, just enhancing the look. For added depth, you can line your upper and lower lash lines with kohl.

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