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Steal the Look: Julie Bowen at the SAG Awards

TNT's 21st Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards - Red CarpetAward season continues, and last night, the stars came out for the SAG Awards (good thing it wasn’t in snowy New York!). Makeup artist Heather Currie created the look for Neutrogena brand ambassador (and star of Modern Family!), Julie Bowen.

“My makeup inspiration came from Julie Bowen’s gorgeous couture dress. I knew the palette was a soft beige and pink combination so I wanted Julie’s cheeks and lips to have a similar light hue,” says Currie.

Currie started by applying Neutrogena Hydro Boost Water Gel, and then Neutrogena Healthy Skin Liquid Makeup to Julie’s skin with a wet sponge. “I like to apply the foundation this way because it keeps the skin looking natural yet flawless,” says Currie.

“For her eyes, I used the Neutrogena Long Wear Eye Shadow Cocoa Mauve palette and the Classic Nude palette. I focused the darkest color on the outer eye lid area and kept the lighter shimmer color on the inner eye lid. I used Neutrogena Healthy Volume Mascara on her eyelashes to complete her natural, smokey eye,” she says.

“I love using Neutrogena MoistureSmooth Color Sticks for long nights. They have great pigments and doesn’t dry out your lips. On Julie I used Fresh Papaya,” says Currie.

Giveaway: Love this look? I’ve teamed up with Neutrogena to give away a $50 Walgreens gift card to 5 lucky winners so you can recreate this look at home — or buy whatever it is you need during this winter cold spell! To have your chance to win, please tweet me at @AlyWalansky (make sure you are following me) and tell me why you need to win this gift card. Please also RT this giveaway! Deadline is 2/5. 



1 Comment

  1. joanne
    02.1.2015

    Such great contests! Thanks for the opportunity!

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