Snag Megan Fox’s Secret To Stunningly Full Brows

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Makeup maven Monika Blunder worked with the ever-gorgeous Megan Fox for the Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Sports Awards on Thursday, July 17th. Said Monika, “I wanted Megan to look as young and fresh as possible. This is a great summer look and I was really adamant about using just the right shade of coral on the lips.” Here, the beauty breakdown for the sexy siren’s cosmetics concept for the red carpet, courtesy of Monika.

“I started of by applying a really thin layer of La Prairie Skin Caviar Concealer Foundation in Honey Beige  all over with the Beauty Blender. I defined her brows with an Anastasia Brow Wiz Brunette pencil and added just a bit more color to them on the outer corners. It was really important to me not to use any harsh lines on her eyes and I just wanted a very soft natural eye make up with some shimmer so I started of by applying Chanel Illusion d’Ombre in Impulsion all over the eyelid. Then I used Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Amethyst on the upper and lower lash line. I then added some Nars Duo Eyeshadow in Kalahari in the crease to add some definition.  I applied a few coats of Lancome Definicils in black and a few Kiss Lashes in Short on the outer corners lash line.

On her cheeks I used Charlotte Tilbury Bronzer in Film Star Bronze and Glow to define her cheekbones a bit of Charlotte Tilbury Blusher in Ecstasy on the apples of her cheeks and Charlotte Tilbury Highlighter in Film Star Bronze and Glow on the upper cheekbone, bridge of the nose and under the eyebrow.

On the lips I used a coral Chanel Rouge Allure in Rimpante #90 directly to the lip out of the bullet and no lip liner.”

What do you think of Megan Fox’s look here? And do you love that brow trick?

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