Elizabeth Taylor Inspired Makeup Tutorial #FacePaintBook

Elizabeth Taylor Inspired Makeup Tutorial #FacePaintBook



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To celebrate my book #Facepaintbook

L’Oréal – Infallible Foundation – Porcelaine 15:
Lancôme – Foundation Brush #2:
ZOEVA – Stippling Face Brush :
Laura Mercier – Secret Camouflage – SC1 :
ZOEVA – Cream Shader – 233:
Chanel – Poudre Universelle Libre Natural Finish Loose Powder:
Suqqu – Cheek Brush:
Tom Ford – Eye Colour Quad – Cocoa Mirage:
Paula Dorf – Sheer Crease Brush:
Maybelline – Eyestudio Lasting Drama Gel Eyeliner 24h – Black:
Cass Art – Artist Paint Brush:
Stila – Double Ended Smudge Brush #28:
Hourglass – Calligraphy Liquid Eyeliner – Ebony:
theBalm – Meet Matt(e) Nude Eyeshadow Palette:
Charles Fox – Brush 81460/03:
MAC – Blending Brush – 217:
Shu Uemura – Eyelash Curlers:
Lancôme – Hypnôse Drama – Excessive Black:
Ardell – Duralash Flare Individual Lashes – Medium Black:
Ardell – Duralash Flare Individual Lashes – Short Black:
Duo – Eyelash Adhesive – Clear or Black:
Tweezerman – Satin Etched Zebra Slant Tweezer (discontinued):
Stila – All Day Precision Glide Brow Pencil Medium / Black:
Anastasia – Brow Powder Duo Ebony:
Suqqu – Eyebrow Brush – S :
Guerlain – Terracotta 4 Seasons Bronzing Powder – Sheer Blonde:
Charlotte Tilbury – Powder & Sculpt Brush:
Revlon – ColorStay Lip Liner – Red :
Urban Decay – 24/7 Lip Pencil – Bang:
Lancôme – L’Absolu Rouge – Rouge Odyssée 150:
MAC – Lip Brush – 316:
Urban Decay – Afterglow 8-Hour Powder Blush – Fetish :
theBalm – Mary-Lou Manizer:
MAC – Fan Brush – 207 (discontinued)mac:
MAC – Lip Pencil – Plum:

My Makeup
Lipstick – Tom Ford – Lip Colour Matte – First Time
Eyeshadow – Bourjois – Smoky Eyes Trio Eyeshadow – Mordore Chic:
Lancôme – Grandiôse Mascara – Black:
Nails – OPI – Nail Envy – Bubble Bath:

Thank you to:
Angelo Seminara using Your Hair Assistant products by Davines

Jessica McCormack for the emeralds and diamonds.

And actress Laura Jean Marsh at Vison Model Management.

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I can’t guarantee that all of the make-up and skincare products I recommend will suit you. I only use products I personally think are good having tried them on myself and my clients but everyone’s skin is different and it’s possible to be allergic to anything. Wherever possible, test products out on yourself before purchasing.

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23 thoughts on “Elizabeth Taylor Inspired Makeup Tutorial #FacePaintBook”

  1. Today’s women don’t know glamour anymore – my mother would never leave the house without looking good – now they go to market wearing yoga pants, pajamas- no face ,Pusey hats , pony tail – sad

  2. OMG, what a transformation! You got Elizabeth Taylor's iconic look perfectly.

    I have a friend who did Ms Taylor's makeup when she appeared in my state to support something (can't remember what it was now–AIDS research? her perfume line? just can't remember). This was back at the dawn of digital cameras when they cost $30K for a low end one and selfies were at least 20 years in the future but my friend did get a Polaroid of herself with Ms Taylor.

    Naturally, I pumped my friend for every detail. She said Ms Taylor had lovely skin, very fair and fine pored. Truly porcelain. With freckles, which my friend said were adorable. And her eyes really were violet coloured. Not contacts and not pale, an intense violet was her natural colour. She said the most memorable thing was that Ms Taylor had the whole salon in stitches the entire time she was there. Her personality was as lovely as her outsides.

  3. I agree this girl needs to go brunette she is stunning like that, really blond sort of makes her look unnoticeable, she just gets lost, darker hair brings out her features and eyes and just makes her pop!!

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