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Nov. 26 2013, Updated 12:31 p.m. ET

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Celebrity Makeup Artist Cynde Watson has worked on celebs like Gisele Bündchen, Lauren Conrad, and most recently, Princesses: Long Island star, Chanel Omari. Cynde shared how to get Chanel's full look from her bold eyes to her flawless skin—check out her tips below!


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Skin: Great makeup starts with great skin. It's very important to have smooth and hydrated skin before applying makeup. To insure a smooth flawless complexion I recommend using the no!no! Hair Removal System to remove unruly hair and peach fuzz from the face. I like to Prep skin with NEOVA Day Therapy SPF 30. It's all-inclusive moisturizer nourishes the skin and defends against UVA/UVB damage.

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Face: Apply tinted primer or foundation all over face using a damp sponge or foundation brush. Sweep Dual Finish Powder Foundation across the T-zone. (Used on Chanel: Rich Makeup Studio Tinted Primer Broad Spectrum SPF 20 in medium) This will even out the skin and give a healthy warm finish. Spritz face with a makeup finishing spray for long lasting results. Tap on concealer to brighten discoloration under the eyes.

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Eyes: Using an eye shadow brush sweep a vibrant purple on your eyelid through crease. (Used on Chanel: Rich Makeup Studio Baked Marbleized Shadow in Smashberry) Finish by pressing more shadow on your lid close to lash line. Line the lower lashline with a shimmering green eye shadow or eyeliner pencil. (Used on Chanel:  Make Up For Ever Aqua Eyes in Pistachio 17L) Line upper lashline and waterline with gel eyeliner pencil in black. Apply  3 coats of volumizing mascara or to really make your eyes pop add individual lashes. (Used on Chanel: Make Up For Ever Individual lashes with DUO eyelash adhesive dark)

Cheeks: Apply a warm shimmering pop of color on the height of cheekbone sweeping back toward your ear. Sculpt cheeks and add dimension to the skin with bronzing powder. (Used on Chanel: Rich Makeup Studio Baked Blush in Nectar and Baked Bronzing Powder in Fiji)

Lips: Complete look by applying  a sheer soft pink lip gloss. (Used on Chanel: Rich Makeup Studio Luxury Gloss Pale Pink)

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