Mila Kunis Inspired Makeup Look

10 Mar

Mila Kunis may not have been up for an Oscar, but we couldn’t resist shining light on such a beautiful actress, a woman who embodies femininity and grace. She’s come a long way since playing Jackie Burkhart in “That 70’s Show,” her most well-known role, and let’s just say we love the diverse roles she plays, from Whippit in the movie “Date Night,” Solara in “The Book of Eli,” and her most recent role as Lily in “Black Swan.”

At The Oscars, Mila’s makeup looked absolutely gorgeous, focusing on neutral browns to compliment her elegant, lavender-colored Elie Saab gown. We decided to do our own rendition, so now you can look as good as Mila Kunis on the red carpet with this these simple steps.

The Steps

1. Apply white shimmer eyeshadow, from your lash line to your eyebrow, using an eyeshadow brush. We love Crystal White by Dior.

2. Fill in your inner bottom lash line with a black eyeliner pencil. We love bareMinerals Big & Bright Eyeliner by Bare Escentuals.

3. Use a medium brown shimmer eyeshadow to draw a line just below your bottom lash line. For bold definition, brush the same brown shimmer eyeshadow to the crease of your eyelid.  We like Bronzed by Bare Escentuals.

4. Carefully apply black false lashes and line over them with liquid black eyeliner, winging the line past the outer corner of your eye. We like Puro Amor by Kat Von D and Mink (dramatic criss-cross black) false eyelashes by Sephora.

We hope you enjoyed this makeup look! What was your favorite red carpet makeup look? Leave us a comment and let us know!

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