Recreate Allison Williams' Sultry Rose Gold Eye Makeup

Allison Williams

Makeup artist Gita Bass (who I was lucky enough to work with often in my Seventeen magazine days) has declared that she has a rose gold obsession due to the fact that it “works with every skin tone,” says Bass. This obsession manifested itself in the makeup look she created for Girls star Allison Williams this week. Here’s how she created it:

Skin

“For a flawless complexion, I prepped her skin with Simple Protecting Light Moisturizer, $10.28 and applied a few drops of Giorgio Armani Maestro Fusion Foundation Broad Spectrum SPF 15, $62 and Cle De Peau Beaute Concealer, $70 where needed,” says Bass.

Cheeks

“I applied Chanel Le Blush Creme de Chanel, $38 to the apples of her cheeks and set it with Nars Blush in Deep Throat, $29,” she says.

Eyes

“For the eyes, I lined upper, lower and inner lashlines with a chocolate eye crayon like Osmosis Colour Eye Pencil in Brown, $12 and smudged it with a soft brush. I then applied Chanel Illusion D’ombre in Abstraction, $36, a gorgeous warm rose color, to the lid up to the crease and on the lower lashline. To create the rose gold, I layered the bronze shadow from the Lorac Starry-Eyed Baked Eyeshadow Trio in Superstar, $27 over the cream and used the light gold for the inner corners and browbone. I finished with a few coats of YSL Mascara Singulier in Deep Black, $30″ says Bass.

Lips

“For a soft peachy nude that would add warmth to the face, I mixed Tom Ford Lipstick in Blush Nude with a touch of True Coral, $49 each” she says.

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