Glam Slam: Makeup Mondays ̶ Gwyneth's Earthy Glow!

Girl-of-the-moment Gwyneth Paltrow garnered loads of press for her body-baring, sheer-paneled gown at the Hollywood premiere of her film “Iron Man 3.” She looked great from head-to-toe and here’s how you can go for the red carpet beauty look of People’s “Most Beautiful Woman in the World.”

WHO:

CHANEL celebrity makeup artist Angela Levin

INSPIRATION:

“My inspiration for Gwyneth’s look was the earth! She reminds me of all the things I love about our world! She is an inspiration to women and people.”

BEAUTY HOW TO:

Skin:
“I started her makeup application on a clean face, prepping the skin with CHANEL Hydra Beauty Serum all over. I then set Angels Makeup Collagen pads under her eyes and used a cinema secret, applying Ultimate Foundation Primer with a sponge on face and neck.”

Foundation:
“With the CHANEL Foundation Brush #6 I dabbed a small amount of CHANEL Perfection Lumiere Long-Wear Flawless Fluid Sunscreen Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15 in Beige Ambre all over including the neck.”

Blush:
“On the cheeks, I used Joe Blasco Blush Cream in Natural Blush, and dusted her face with CHANEL Moisturizing Bronzing Powder in Desert Corail.”

Eye Shadow:
“For the eyes I used CHANEL Quadra Eye Shadow in Lilium, lining the eyes with the darkest green shade; then blending upward toward the brow bone using the lighter colors, and ending with the lightest shade under the brow bone as a highlight. Next, I applied a jumbo creamy black eye pencil, lining her upper lash line and smudged it with a Q-Tip for an intense smoky effect.”

Mascara:
“I primed her lashes with CHANEL Nourishing Mascara Base, and then applied 3 layers of CHANEL Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir on the upper lashes and one layer on the lower lashes.”

Brows:
“I sculpted her eyebrows using Sephora Retractable Brow Pencil in Honey Blonde.”

Lips:
“On her lips I applied CHANEL Glossimer in Rose Savage.”

-- Ryan Patterson

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