The Blue Eye Makeup Products Your Favorite Celebrities Love
So you’ve oohed and aahed over the blue eye makeup seen on the eyelids of Hollywood’s elite. Now, instead of color-matching a picture you printed out from Instagram and opting for a product that looks like Reese Witherspoon’s eyeshadow, you can scroll through this gallery and shop the exact item. And it’s easier to pull off than you think. Paired with a subtle nude or pink lip and glowy skin, it serves as the focal point to any beauty look, and is a refreshing swap if you’ve grown sick of your regular Saturday night smoky eye.
Need some ideas? Here, we’ve rounded up a few red carpet favorites, along with the shopping info for you to recreate it for yourself.
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That cobalt shimmery shadow? It’s courtesy of a genius combo of Elizabeth Arden products. Celebrity makeup artist Molly Stern covered the celebrity’s eyelids with the Little Black Compact Eyeshadow Trio’s Something Blue ($22; macys.com) and then lined her top lash line with Beautiful Color Smoky Eyes Powder Pencil in Midnight ($19; macys.com).
Celebrity makeup artist Hung Vanngo first used Marc Jacobs Beauty Highlighter Matte Gel Eye Crayon Eyeliner in Whirl(Pool) 51 ($25; sephora.com) to line the star’s lash line and further defined the look with Over(Night) 61.
Taraji P. Henson
Monochromatic makeup is what’s up, and Michelle Williams gave it a spin at Cannes, matching Diorshow Colour and Contour Liner #157 Iris ($33; cosbar.com) to the shade of her polka dot dress.