Jessica Paré got decked out in head-to-toe Jason Wu for his New York Fashion Week show, and even extended the designer's aesthetic to her makeup! To create her barely-there shadow and nude lip, Paré's makeup artist Darci Louise Snider used Wu's Lancome line of products, layering on the Infinite Luminous Eye Shadow in Timeless Taupe ($28; nordstrom.com), before picking up the designer's five-pan palette in Excuse my Beauty ($51; nordstrom.com). "I mixed the middle taupe with the deep brown on Jessica's lid, then added the deepest brown lightly in the crease to give subtle definition," Snider told InStyle.com exclusively. "I then used the Jason Wu Artliner in Black ($32; nordstrom.com) very close to the lashline, and gently softened with a liner brush." Snider continued the color underneath the star's eyes, blending the taupe hue along Paré's lower lash line. A generous coating of mascara topped off the eyes, while a sweep of the tawny brown and warm apricot hues from Lancome's Star Bronzer palette ($42; nordstrom.com) added a lit-from-within effect. "I used the subtle bronze to create a soft contour, and buffed the peachy blush to give a diffused look to the skin," she added. To finish, Snider applied Lancome's Gloss in Love in Peach Show ($27; nordstrom.com), a super-sheer gloss with a hint of shimmer.
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