Celebrity Eye Makeup News

  • Eva Longoria Parker rocks impeccable eye makeup in L.A.

    Eva Longoria Parker always looks put together, but the starlet seemed especially lovely at the premier of a play in Los Angeles yesterday.

    Paker paired natural-looking pale lips and peach-colored cheeks with impeccable dark eye makeup that drew attention to her beautiful brown eyes.

    She wore her hair pulled back and donned a pair of flashing silver earrings that gave her a sophisticated and glamorous look.

    We love that the pretty lady didn't go overboard - by keeping the rest of her makeup subtle, her dramatic eyes were able to shine without appearing overdone.

    Women who would like to emulate her style should follow Longoria's lead. She sported precisely applied black eyeliner with gunmetal gray shadow and her lashes were fantastic.

    To nab similarly fabulous eyelashes, use an acrylic-based tubing mascara, which will make lashes look longer and fuller but won't clump, smear or smudge as the night wears on.

    That water-resistant mascara will provide a long-lasting seal around that won't wear off until you want it to. To remove the product, simply apply warm water and gentle pressure while in the shower or when washing your face.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19859617-ADNFCR

  • Kristen Stewart rocks edgy eye makeup on the Late Show with David Letterman

    Kristen Stewart is not exactly known for being a compelling presence during interviews or while walking the red carpet. In fact, she often seems shy and a bit awkward in front of the press.

    However, her coy demeanor doesn't prevent her fans from following her every move and emulating her fashion choices. The starlet has been doing tons of publicity for her upcoming film, The Twilight Sage: Eclipse, and Stewart is never without smoking eye makeup.

    When she appeared on the Late Show with David Letterman, Stewart wore a dark grey shadow on both her upper and lower lids, dark grey liner and impeccable mascara.

    To emulate her look, sweep a gunmetal shadow from the corners of your lids to your brows, and then apply liner on top of that.

    Then, swipe on an acrylic based tubing mascara for a clean look. The product will form a seal around lashes, and it will stay put no matter where the night takes you.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19867021-ADNFCR

  • Angelina Jolie sports retro look on the cover of Vanity Fair

    Angelina Jolie, who recently began promoting her film Salt, appeared on the cover of Vanity Fair looking more like a siren from the '60s than a mother of six. For the photoshoot, Jolie sported thick dark bangs, pale lips and dramatic eyeliner and mascara.

    Inside of the publication, the actress talks about her relationship with Brad Pitt and their kids. She also claims that she may soon be stepping out of the spotlight.

    "It's not the most important thing in my life," she said in the intervie of her career. "Acting helped me as I was growing up. It helped me learn about myself… But I don't think I'll do it much longer."

    Those who would like to snag a vintage look similar to Jolie's could use high-quality dark eye makeup.

    After applying a dark gray or black shadow to your lids, and lining your peepers with black liquid liner, swipe on a black tubing mascara to your lashes for added definition.

    The product, which forms a seal around each individual lash, can draw attention to your eyes and will polish the look.

    Try this edgy and bold technique the next time you head out for a night on the town or have a glamorous fete to attend.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19866906-ADNFCR

  • Ashley Greene opts for sophisticated eye makeup at The Twilight Saga: Eclipse premiere

    Though some starlets choose to pile on the cosmetics before they hit the red carpet, Ashley Greene of The Twilight Saga: Eclipse made a big impact with just a small amount of eye makeup when she stepped out for the premiere of the popular film.

    The starlet, who plays the vegetarian vampire Alice Cullen in the films, sports dark hair and pale makeup for the role on screen, and it was refreshing to see her looking natural and healthy at the event earlier this week.

    Greene wore a long Grecian-style dress paired with wavy tresses, berry-colored lips and crisp-looking eye makeup.

    Those who would like to score a similar look should use cosmetic products that allow for a precise application - to avoid having to use a lot.

    Tubing mascara, which is acrylic-based and won't clump or smear, is perfect for women who want to lengthen their lashes and draw attention to their eyes, but don't like to pile on too much mascara.ADNFCR-3356-ID-19870251-ADNFCR

  • Use warm, neutral makeup to snag Kristen Stewart's romantic look

    Kristen Stewart typically wears dramatic makeup with a rocker edge when she appears out on the town, but her famous alter-ego, Bella Swan, is much more of a girl-next-door.

    In order to give the pretty actress an innocent and fresh-faced look for the third film, makeup artist Robin Mathews employed a few techniques that any women could implement.

    To make Stewart look warm and alive next to the pale-faced vamps who populate the story, Mathews used products with warm undertones, according to Allure magazine.

    "Because her skin is so fair, I applied a foundation that was half a shade warmer," he told the publication. He topped the look off with a shimmery bronzing powder.

    And, because most of Stewart's eyebrows had been tweezed off for The Runaways, Mathews also applied false brows to the starlet every morning before shooting.

    Women who work hard to create a natural look will likely enjoy the smooth application of tubing mascara, which forms a neat seal around lashes and won't smudge, clump or smear.

    Blinc eyebrow mousse is water-resistant and will allow for impeccable-looking brows

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