All Eyes on Elizabeth Olsen

The newest Hollywood it girl is Elizabeth Olsen (Mary-Kate & Ashley’s younger sister). She has Hollywood a buzz with her new film Martha Marcy May Marlene, as well as her trendsetting beauty looks!

Find out how to get her head turning style at home with a just few fab products:

Hollywood Glam

1. Pick a feature and showcase it! For this look Elizabeth highlights her perfect pout with a stunning red lipstick (ybf Royalty Collectible Pewter Lipstick in Royalty Red; $28.80;

2. By defining her lashes she really make her peepers pop. (ybf Aquafusion Xtreme Black Mascara duo; $24.50;

3. A strong brow is a great way to finish off this look. Use a brow pencil to fill in brows for a look that says old Hollywood glamour. (ybf Automatic Universal Taupe Eyebrow Pencil Duo; $20;


Pretty in Pink

1. The base for this look is gorgeous skin. Select a pressed powder that allows you to contour, highlight and blend for a flawless finish. (ybf Photofinish Pressed Powder; $29.80;

2. To really enhance this angelic look use a bit of illuminator on the inside corners of your eyes and below your brow bone. (ybf Luminous Love Illuminating Cream; $24.80;

3. To complete the look pick a subtle pink gloss (ybf Perfectly Polished Lip Gloss Trio; $22.80;


Sexy & Smoldering

1. With such a minimalist look skip the foundation and just use concealer to cover any imperfections. (ybf Brighten, Hide and Sculpt Concealer Makeup; $28.50;

2. Apply a lip gloss in a fall shade, such as burgundy, mauve, or orange – depending on your skin tone. (ybf Set of 3 Aqua Liplights Lip Glosses in neutral; $19.80;

3. Black is to severe for the minimal makeup look, instead chose brown shades and finish the look with a smudge of brown shadow and line your lids with a brown pencil. (ybf Gemstone Eyes Jeweled Eyeshadow Compact with Eyeliner in Neutral; $28.80;

2 Responses to All Eyes on Elizabeth Olsen

  1. Liz Prado October 26, 2011 at 6:52 AM

    YBF is a fairly new brand to me. The finishing looks are all natural. I was thinking of getting a brow pencil on the website.

  2. Michelle Drew October 26, 2011 at 10:15 AM

    That lipstick looks like an antique. Probably not for me.


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