Ashley Greene Makeup: ‘Breaking Dawn Part 2 Photo Call In South Africa’

Ashley Greene looked phenom at the “Breaking Dawn 2” Photo Call in South Africa last week. Celebrity Makeup Artist Vanessa Scali shared her method to her makeup madness for creating Ashley’s stunning look.

Said Vanessa, ”Ashley wore a navy, lace top dress and rocked fabulous new red hair! It was a daytime event, so we went for a polished, natural look – pretty and fresh.”
I prepped Ashley’s skin with mark Primed for Perfection Face Primer. Next, I applied a thin coat of mark Min-A-Real Cream-To-Powder Foundation. Ashley has beautiful skin; there’s no need to hide it under piles of foundation.”
“For a dewy glow, I applied mark Light Show Illuminating Face Powder to the apples of Ashley’s cheeks, blending upward towards her cheekbones.”
Eye Shadow
“I did a soft wash of bronze, shading mark Star Status Eye Shadow Palette in Earth Angel from Ashley’s lash lines to just past her natural crease. I swept a bit of the warm taupe shade under her lower lashes to give the eyes extra emphasis. To lengthen and add depth, I used a touch of the bottom, light shade in the natural creases of her eyes and on the outer corners. This shade extends past her natural eye lines and wraps under her bottom lashes. I blended a touch of mark No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner in Solid Gold on the bottom, inner corners of her eyes, popping light on the area and opening the eyes.”
Eyes – Liner & Brows:
“I lined Ashley’s top line only with mark No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner in Foxy Brown and smudged with a synthetic brush, giving her eyes depth without any harsh lines. I defined Ashley’s brows by adding some contour to emphasize her bone structure. I finished her eyes by applying multiple layers of mark Lash Act Build & Define Mascara in Blackest Black.

“I finished the look with a relaxed, muted pink lip, using mark In a Whirl Marbleized Lip Gloss in Pink Soufflé.”

What do you think of Ashley Greene’s makeup?

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