At the “Live: At Roseland” special screening, Beyonce glowed in a shimmery rose eyeshadow and matching lip. Ready…Set…Glow! Once your foundation or powder is set, add a shimmery, bronze shadow to your lids. Go into the crease with a slightly darker shade, and fill in under the brows with a shimmery gold shade. Add black eyeliner and mascara before topping off the look with lipgloss and a bit of blush.
At the Veuve Cliquot Polo Classic, Sanaa Lathan looked flawless in perfectly defined brows and a come-hither red lip. Ready…Set…Glow!: Apply your foundation and prep your eyelids with a dab of nude shadow as a base for your liner. Grab an eyelash curler and curl the lashes at the base and in the middle of the lash for a natural-looking curl. Apply a dramatic stripe of liquid liner on your upper and lower lashline and apply your mascara. Finish your look with blush and your favorite red lipstick.
Raven Symone rocked the red carpet in wintergreen eyeshadow at Debbie Allen’s “Hot Chocolate Nutcracker.” Ready…Set…Glow!: After you’ve applied foundation, coat your eyelids with an eyeshadow base. Use a light silver shadow to all over the lid then go into the crease and outside corner of the lid with a pale green shadow. Add a defined line of black liquid liner to the lashline and add mascara. Light blush and rosy lipgloss complete the look.
Jill Scott arrived at the ESSENCE Black Women in Music event in neutral eye shadow, heavy black eyeliner and a dazzling, shimmery lip. Ready…Set…Glow!: This look starts with a coat of neutral toned eyeshadow with a slightly darker shade in the crease of the eye. Add a soft line of gold pencil under the eye for drama, and line the upper and lower eyes with jet black pencil. Apply a coat of mascara, a gentle swipe of blush and finish off with your favorite shade of shimmery lipgloss.
At the “Laugh at my Pain” premiere, Gabrielle Union turned heads with her subtle, metallic pewter eyeshadow. Ready…Set…Glow!: Start by applying a tinted moisturizer or lightweight, liquid foundation. Use a dark silver shadow to fill in your eyelids and add black pencil eyeliner to your upper and lower lashline. Finish off the look with a swipe of blush, a coat of mascara, and a sheer lip tint.
Savannah Brinson showed off her newly-engaged glow, in a fun fuchsia lipstick at the Remy V New Year’s Eve Dinner in Miami. Ready…Set…Glow!: With a strong lip color like Savannah’s, it’s so easy to pull off barely-there makeup on the rest of your face. Apply your foundation and start dressing up your eyes with a skin-tone brown shadow. Add a lighter shade under the brows for a bit of highlight then line the lids with a thick eye pencil. Apply mascara then add bronzer to the apples of the cheek. Your last step will be to load on your favorite fuchsia lipstick.
Michael Michele goes for the gold in a gorgeous deep bronze eyeshadow and glossy nude lip at the premiere of “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo.” Ready..Set…Glow!:Most of our time with this look will be spent on the eyes. Start with an eyeshadow base over the entire lid. Apply a layer of bronze shadow then choose a dark brown shadow to fill in the crease of the lid. Dab a bright gold shadow in the crease of the eye then apply black eyeliner and a coat of mascara. Peach blush and pink gloss finish off the look.
At a press event for “Good Housekeeping” Jennifer Hudson looked amazing in a sexy, silver shadow and a bright orange lip. Ready…Set…Glow!: After you’ve set your flawless foundation, you’re going to apply three shades of eyeshadow to get Jennifer’s metallic eyes—silver as a base, gold in the inner corners and dark brown in the crease. Black eyeliner and mascara will come next, followed by application of your vibrant, orange lipstick.