Eve's Makeup Is Amazing—Get Her Killer Lollapalooza Look at Home!
Makeup and music in your own exclusive seating area? The ladies of Chicago's Lollapalooza fest were livin' (or loungin' in) the dream this past weekend. ck one color cosmetics' team made themselves at home in the windy city and gave a few special guests, like Eve and Camilla Belle, the ultimate concert cosmetics treatment with the ck one color music lounge.
Since the musical weekend is finally over, the pop-up makeover lounge is no more, but that doesn't mean you can't recreate the glam atmosphere at home. Set up your vanity, pick up a few must-haves at Ulta, and get your artist on with these amazing how-tos from global ck makeup artists.
Camilla Belle's Girly Girl Makeup Look
“Camilla wanted to go for a youthful, fun look for Lollapalooza. We started with the 3-in-1 face makeup which includes SPF 8 because it gives the skin a healthy, natural look and also protects from the sun. We went for a softer eye using the double ended eyeliner in candy/poison, and finished off with a bright and playful pop of color using our pure color lipstick in wow,” says global ck makeup maven Hung Vanngo.
We adorned Camilla's subtle yet super sexy eye makeup!
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Eve's Candy-Colored Lip Look!
“Eve is super sexy but still so cool and sophisticated, so I wanted to create a look that is a little bit rock and roll yet still modern and feminine. I started with the 3-in-1 face makeup to even out her skin tone, and added a little bronzer and blush to define her cheek bones and give her a sexy flush. I added an extended cat eye with our eyeliner marker for an updated rocker effect, and finished off the look with a pop of color on the lip," says global makeup artist Jodie Boland
This bold lip color would look fabulous paired with an eyelet white dress as well!
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Alexis Knapp's Blue Eye Makeup
“Alexis wanted to have fun with her look, so we went for something a little edgy but still wearable with updated interpretation of blue eye makeup, an 80’s rock and roll classic. I lined the inside of her eyes with our double ended eyeliner in beat it/rock out, and then instead of a classic black cat eye, I used a shimmery teal color with our eyeshadow quad in denim. I finished off the look with our shine lipstick in rave, a perfect pinky neutral," says makeup artist Jodie Boland.
You should be able to tell by now—blue eye makeup is what's going on.
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