Celebrity Beauty of The Week

bryce dallas howard

Celebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell worked with Bryce Dallas Howard for the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ and Galaxy Note 5 on Tuesday, August 18th in West Hollywood, CA.

I love using warm, rusty colors with auburn hair. For Bryce, we went with a monochromatic, smoky, earthy vibe.
I used Bobbi Brown Intensive Skin Serum Foundation in Sand to create a flawless base and leave the skin with a gorgeous glow. Under her eyes I used Hourglass Hidden Concealer in Fair to create a very slight highlight and then even out and brighten under the eye.  I then used La Mer The Powder on the high points of her face to take the edge off the shine.
I used The Makeup Store’s Brow Trio to enhance her brows.
Bryce’s eyes were the main focus. She has piercing green eyes, and I wanted to enhance them even more, so I used a combination of eyeshadows. I started with Laura Mercier Metallic Creme Color in Burnished Copper on the lid up to the crease. I then went in with my powder shadows. Starting with MAC Eyeshadow in Rich Brick, mixed with Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage to get the warm, rust tone.
To create depth, I went in with Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Rich Chocolate on the lash line. Following that, I used a soft liner along the lash line and extended it out to open up her eyes even more, and to create a bit more drama to the eyes. I then brought both the rust and rich chocolate under the eye to create a smoky effect.
I finished off her eyes with 2 layers of Blinc Mascara in Black.  To create more shape and definition overall, I lightly contoured her face using Bobbi Brown’s Bronzing Powder in Medium on her cheek bones, temples and jaw line.
Her blush, which I applied to the apples of the cheeks, is Laura Mercier Second Skin Blush in Spiced Cider. To finish off her cheeks, I used Chanel Illuminating Powder higher on her cheek bone.
On her lips, I used Hourglass Femme Nude Lip Color in #4