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How to Do Ashley Greene's Eye Makeup at the Eclipse Premiere

How to Wear Shimmer Without Looking Like a Disco Ball

You probably already have a bevy of black eyeliners in your makeup stash, and you probably have at least one light and shimmery champagne eye shadow. That's all you need to re-create the eye makeup look that Ashley Greene wore last night at the Eclipse premiere.

Vanessa Scali, the makeup artist behind Ashley's red carpet look, said, "We wanted to create a soft, glowing goddess look to complement her beautiful Alexis Mabille Couture dress. The overall look was golden skin, soft blushed cheeks, champagne shimmer and a softly lined eye."

  1. Getting that glistening eye is simple. First, start out by applying a champagne shadow all over the eyelids and just under the bottom lashes. Scali used I-mark Custom Pick Eyeshadow in Nomadic ($5).
  2. Then, line the upper eyelids using a waterproof gel-based liner. Scali used the black portion of the brand's Keep It Going Eyeliner and Shadow in Entourage ($10).
  3. For a dramatic finish to provide lots of depth, add a metallic shade of black liquid liner on just the very base of the lashes. Scali used Get in Line Waterproof Eyeliner in Painted Black ($6). And that's the way you do shimmer without going overboard.
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