Favorite Makeup Look from the 2013 Oscars

Jennifer Aniston had my favorite makeup look at the Oscars – see below for the look & how to easily re-create it!

Here she is in a gorgeous red Valentino creation.
A woman in red is a woman in love – she is radiant and stunning, truly showing classic beauty in her 40s! (He’s not too bad either! :) )

1. Start with a primer that will keep your makeup in place the whole day & night. For a velvety, shine-free, pore minimizing effect, try Flawless & Poreless primer.

2. A liquid foundation that evens everything out but looks like your skin is key here. We love Flawless Beauty Fluid, as you can also layer this one for more coverage.

3. Highlighter on lids, brow bones and cheekbones in a creamy nude is great to add some luster and bring light to the face. We love All-Over Magic in Bare Radiance – buff on with fluffy brush.

4. Curl lashes and apply a waterproof lifting mascara like Lash Booster Mascara. Then layer with a lengthening fiber-packed mascara like POP’s Lash Extension Mascara (one of our favorites!).

5. Dot Lash Line Ink between lashes on upper lash line. Keep rest of the eyes light – no contouring, nothing smoky. Just a clean liquid line with lots of mascara feels fresh and modern!

6. Naturally defined and shaped brows open up the eyes and frame the face. For an easy 2-step brow, try Natural Brow Duo. Pencil in and brush – done!

7. Get glowing cheeks like Jennifer with Sheer Cheek Gel in Natural – a super natural warm pink.

8. Keep lips soft with a tinted glossy lip balm – we recommend Tinted Brilliance Balm in Pretty Pink. Outline lips first with a flesh coloured pencil – Eye Bright Liner works best for us!

Who had your favorite Oscars makeup look? Tell me in the comments below!

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