Create a gorgeous look like that of Ashley Olsen on the cover of Elle Magazine. The Olsen twins are looking as fabulous as ever on the cover of April’s Elle Magazine. Their makeup was all by Lancôme, costing a grand total of £208 for all the products used. I’ve found a fabulous dupe list to create the look for under £60.
The Lancôme products used were:
Tient Idole Ultra 24hour
Poudre Majeur Excellence Compac
Teint Miracle Corrector
Blush Subtil in Rose Sable
Hypnose Doll Eyes
Crayon Khol in Noir
Ombre Absolue Palette in B10
Rouge In Love Lipstick in 200B Rose The
Drugstore dupes I found to recreate the look are listed below. Now these are not exact dupes but I
think with these products you can create the flawless look the Olsen girls pull off amazingly.
Revlon Color Stay Foundation
Rimmel London Stay Matte Pressed Powder
Maybelline New York Dream Touch Concealer
Maybelline New York Expert Wear Blush in Rosewood
L’Oreal Volume Million Lashes in Black
Maybelline Eye Studio Long Lasting Gel Eyeliner in Black
MUA Professional Eye Shadow Trio in Smoke Screen
Maybelline Lipstick in Sugared Almond
The Revlon Color Stay foundation comes in two formulas for normal to dry skin or normal to oily skin so choose the formula that is best for you and of course match the colour the best you can with your skin. Just give tester a swatch along your jaw line and the colour the blends in the best is your colour. If the colours don’t blend in, try mixing another colour to get your perfect shade. Try to get the matte powder in the most translucent shade but if you want a slightly pinker or yellower tones powder, choose whatever suits you best. Get the best shade you can match in the concealer, making it a little lighter than your skin tone so you can brighten user your eyes. Apply the mascara to well curled lashed to give you the best effect and apply a few coats for those brilliant lashes. Prime your eyes for the best effect and carry your lipstick with your for touch ups whenever you need it. If you like the glossy look, add a clear gloss like one from MUA to gloss up your lip but gloss is defiantly not essential.
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