Beauty tutorials: get some of Scarlett Johansson’s best looks

Monday, March 17th, 2014. Filed under: Beauty & Style Entertainment Hollywood Stars Online Videos
Screenshot: "Scarlett Johansson Makeup Tutorial: The Beauty Beat!" ©2014 YouTube, LLC

Screenshot: “Scarlett Johansson Makeup Tutorial: The Beauty Beat!”
©2014 YouTube, LLC

(Relaxnews) – As her latest movie “Under The Skin” (directed by Jonathan Glazer) begins to hit the silver screen, we take a look at how to steal the 29-year-old actress’s beauty look.

Pixiwoo –

The look starts off with some Embryolisse with a mix of foundations (one natural skin color, one slightly darker) on top. The eyes start with classic Hollywood defined brows and a peachy eyeshadow all over the lid. Liquid eyeliner is applied and flicked out to the side, eyelashes curled and mascara applied. Use a stippling brush to even out the skin tone on the neck and a loose powder to mattify the look. Mix two different concealer tones and apply them under the eyes, then blend in blusher on the cheeks. Three lip colors (two by Chanel and one by MAC) finish the look.

Clevver Style –

US actress Scarlett Johansson ©AFP PHOTO / TIZIANA FABI

US actress Scarlett Johansson

This tutorial uses a duo of concealer colors to even out skin tone. Makeup artist Sharzad Kiadeh then brushes up her eyebrows and fills them in. She applies layers of eyeshadow, with a medium brown color in the crease. Black gel eyeliner is applied in a thin line close to the upper lashline, with a small amount on the outer corner. She finishes the eyes with mascara and adds bronzer and richly pigmented blusher on the cheeks. Two lip pencil colors are used for the full Johansson effect.

TheBethanyFae –

This look by Bethany Fae replicates Scarlett’s Black Widow character from Marvel’s “Avengers” movie series and also starts with you priming your face. Fill in eyebrows using an angled brush and use concealer to clean up above the brow. A mix of taupe and pinkish eyeshadow is used for contouring the eyelids, with darker smokey colors at the edge of the eye. Adding a flesh-toned pencil on the lower waterline and a little in the tear duct will brighten up the eye and remove any redness before you apply dark mascara and eyeliner. Add a little color on the cheeks with a pink cream blusher applied with the fingers and a coral tone over the top. A lip stain is used to add extra tone, with a peachy lip cream to finish.



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