For years, the iconic talk show host has been drawing the world's attention for her award-winning show and extensive resume of good deeds, but no one can argue that there's ever been a day when Oprah's makeup wasn't impeccably done.
Celebrity makeup artist Reggie Wells has been behind her look for 20 years and is now sharing his most essential tricks of the trade.
According to ABC News, Wells makes eyes pop by dabbing a light eye shadow onto the inner corner of the eye and curling lashes for a quick lift. He especially recommends this step for women with thin lashes or lashes that don't curl naturally on their own.
For less endowed ladies, Wells says he combines false lashes with a couple coats of mascara, but using blinc Mascara can take care of both steps. Its water-resistant tubing formula encases lashes in miniature tubes to significantly lengthen and volumize while offering optimum hold through a full range of weather and activities.
To finish, Wells recommends contouring the face by combining lighter and darker shades of foundation as well as using different shades of blush for daytime and evening looks. Blending two shades of lipstick will prevent you from looking dull - apply the lightest shade to the center of your pout and pair with a color that's one shade darker.