Wednesday, 26 November 2014

Kylie Jenner AMA 2014 Red Carpet inspired make-up look

Hey Guys,

Hope you all are happy and healthy. 

I have been missing in action lately every year. There are many reasons for being missing. But, one needs just one kick to get the b**t moving and I got that kick when I saw pictures of Kylie Jenner at AMA 2014 red carpet. Her floating burgandy gown, her laid back casual hair and her flawless make-up. I just loved everything about her. 

I researched a bit on Kylie makeup online and found out that the makeup artist Rob Scheppy went with matte skin and defined brows, full lashes and to compliment her gown he used M.A.C. Cosmetics Burgandy lip pencil on her lips with a bit lip balm for hydration. He used Eyeko products on her eyes, lashes and brows, MUFE base products and Charlotte Tilbury filmstar bronze and glow. 

Sadly, I had only Burgandy lip pencil in stash, so tried to re-create her look with what I have. Originally, the MUA has not used any blush on her but, I felt, the over all look better with blush on me. And I am not wearing any false lashes! 

Scroll below for list of products used. 

Kylie Jenner AMA 2014 Red Carpet Look

Kylie Jenner AMA 2014 Red Carpet Look with Blush


Face:

  • Lancome Teint Idol Ultra Foundation 
  • Nars Radiant Creamy concealer in Ginger and Biscuit under eyes + Laura Mercier Secret Camouflage #2 
  • MAC Studio Finish Concealer in NC42 for blemishes 
  • Chanel natural finish loose powder #40 
  • Nars bronzer in Laguna 
  • Poudre Signee de Chanel illuminating powder (Review here)
  • Chanel JC blush in Rose Initiale 
Eyes:
  • MAC eye shadows: Nylon, Cork, Mystery 
  • Maybelline Falsies Mascara 
Brows: 
  • MAC Coquette and Brun eye shadows 
  • MAC Clear Brow Set Gel 
Lips: 
  • MAC Burgandy lip pencil 
  • Nivea lip balm 
Nails:
Chanel Le Vernis in Mallice (Review here)


Hope you guys liked my take on Kylie's look.

Lots of Love






2 comments:

  1. you should do more and more looks Eesha :) such a stunning look it is :)

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