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Snag Isabelle's makeup from The Hunger Games premiere


At Monday night’s premiere, all the THG stars looked absolutely amazing in their glimmery gowns and perfectly-done hair. We especially loved Isabelle Fuhrman’s bold lip and gold eyes, offering just the perfect amount of sparkle and shine to match her dazzling personality. Molly Stern of NYX Cosmetics gave us all the deets so you can steal Isabelle’s style—and even enter to win her beauty bag!

For Face: Stern first prepped Isabelle's skin with a moisturizing lotion to give her a clean canvas.  She wanted Isabelle's fresh skin to shine through, so she kept the coverage light by dabbing NYX Cosmetics Shine Killer ($13) in Isabelle's T-zone and then used the NYX Cosmetics Waterproof Concealer Stick in Fair ($5.50) where she needed coverage. Next, Stern applied NYX Cosmetics Stick Blush in Tulip ($6) on her cheeks, which offered the perfect tint of color for a flushed, youthful glow. 

 

For Eyes: For a modern take on the classic Hollywood cat eye, Stern lined Isabelle’s upper lash line with the NYX Cosmetics Retractable Eye Liner in Blue Eyes ($5).  She then used the NYX Cosmetics Cream Shadow in Suede ($5) as a base and added sparkly gold hues over top for added glimmer. Along the lower lash line, Stern used the NYX Cosmetics Jumbo Eye Pencil in Pure Gold ($4.50) to catch the light. She finished the look with several coats of the NYX Cosmetics Provocateur mascara ($6) for extra volume. 
 

For Lips: Isabelle wanted a bold lip, so Stern used the NYX Cosmetics Xtreme Lip Cream in Dolly Girl ($6)  and then added a coat of clear gloss over the top – the perfect finish to Isabelle’s gorge feminine look.

Love her look? Enter to win! The night of the premiere, Isabelle snapped this photo of her “#HungerGames Premiere Safety Kit” including: NYX Cosmetics’ Xtreme Lip Cream in Dolly Girl, Stick Blush in Magnolia, and Green Tea Blotting Papers.
ENTER HERE for a chance to win your own set!

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by Ana D’Ambrogi | 2/1/2016
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