How to look like Gwyneth Paltrow for $30
The actress' makeup artist shares her inspiration.
When we weren’t looking at Gwyneth Paltrow‘s see-through ensemble at the "Iron Man 3" premiere, we couldn’t help but notice the glowing makeup and subtle blush lip gloss the world’s most beautiful woman had chosen to complete her look.
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The color amped up the natural tone of her lips and gave off a shiny finish. “My inspiration for Gwyneth’s look was the Earth,” said her makeup artist, Angela Levin. “She reminds me of the things I love about our world — she’s an inspiration to women and people.”
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To keep in line with the organic feel of Paltrow’s makeup, Levin opted for Chanel’s Glossimer in Rose Sauvage. The sheer petal hue is part of the label’s new summer lineup, and looks gorgeous layered over natural lips and vivid shades alike. Find the product for $30 at chanel.com.
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Oh, I just couldn't resist the urge to comment on this. Here is an example of dear Gwynnie's "beauty", upon having her ridiculous see-through shirt questioned, and I quote:
"I am who I am. I can't pretend to be someone who makes $25,000 a year."
Beautiful? NEVER, in my eyes. Insulting, and simply an arrogant, opulent, snotty bitch. After having heard so much of her inane commentary she comes off as being completely oblivious to reality. I will not spend a dime of my hard-earned $25,000 on anything associated with her. Anyone that ugly inside is not beautiful to me, in any respect. People Magazine really screwed this one up.
LOL! Get her look for $30. I think you keft off a zero or two. I see foundation, blush, mascara, eyeshadow, eyeliner, brow pencil, two tones of blush, bronzer, concealer and highlighter. Not to mention the two or three primer/moisturizing products she probably uses.
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