MOMA Film Benefit, 2011We couldn't keep our eyes off Blake Lively at the MOMA Film Benefit. Chanel makeup artist Angela Levin borrowed sky blue and cloudy gray tones from Blake's Chanel couture dress to create her blue smoky eyes.
MakeupTo begin, Angela prepped Blake's skin with Chanel Sublimage Fluid. She then applied Vitalumère Aqua Ultra Light Skin Perfecting Makeup SPF 15 all over her face to even out her skin and swiped Moisturizing Bronzing Powder in Desert Corail to areas where the sun would naturally hit her face. Next, Angela dusted Powder Blush in Rose Bronze to the apples of Blake's cheeks.
For Blake's beautiful smoky blue eyes, Angela began with the taupe and beige shades from the Quadra Eye Shadow in Prelude and applied all over the eye lid. Then she layered Eye Shadow Duo in Bleu Tendre closer to the lash line. Finally she added a swipe of Inimitable Intense Mascara in Noir and combed Blake's brows with Precision Brow Definer in Blond Clair.
Angela kept Blake's lips simple with a coat of Rouge Allure Laque Lip Lacquer in Santal, followed by a layer of Rouge Allure Gloss in Insouciance for a bit of shine.