Mia Farrow is such a fashion icon and one of those people whose style I can never copy. I’m not gamine enough. But, that’s not going to stop me from attempting this 1960’s makeup look of the beautiful Mia Farrow. Here’s what I did to get a similar look:
FACE: I evened out my complexion with a tinted moisturizer. I used Jouer Luminizing Moisture Tint in Golden and blended with my fingers. I went with a tinted moisturizer for freckles to show through like Mia’s. Under the eyes, I applied Covergirl Simply Ageless Concealer in Corrector. I went over the t-zone with Clarins Loose Powder in Beige with a fluffy brush. For a “just out of the cool” look, I applied Benefit Dandelion on my cheeks. I started close to the nose and brushed horizontally out.
EYES: I set brows with Smashbox Brow Tech Wax. This look is all about doe eyes. With an eyeshadow brush, I applied Wet n Wild Color Icon Single in Brulee, a matte cream, from lash line to brows. On the lid I applied NYX Single Eye Shadow in Black, a matte black that applies more gray, on the lid. I created false eyelashes on the bottom lash line using Bobbi Brown Long Wear Gel Eyeliner in Black Ink. I lined top lashes closely with this liner, no winging out. I curled lashes and applied a few coats of Estee Lauder Sumptuous Mascara (not shown) to top and bottom lashes. I then applied a full set of Ardell Lashes cut up in threes.
LIPS: On the lips, I applied Wet n Wild MegaLast Lip Color in Pink Suga’ 90B, a matte pale peach. I then wiped it off with a tissue for a matte and windkissed look.
For a fragrance, I went with Annick Goutal Petite Cherie EDP because it’s gamine.
Do you have any weekend plans? I don’t. I’d like to do something but I really should do some stuff around the house. I bought old nightstands weeks ago at a junk store and I have been meaning to paint them a dark gray, but I haven’t. And that wallpaper still isn’t up…oh, well. Hope you have a fun weekend!
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