How to: Look Like Blake Lively This Thanksgiving
There is tons of stuff to be thankful for this Thanksgiving; one of them is this super chic Blake Lively’s look. (Hello, Thanksgiving dinner makeup) As you sit down to a delicious feast this Thanksgiving why not doll up your look Blake Lively style? Being college girls, sometimes it can be tough to find time for everything, but we're here to share 4 essential products that you need to master this classic look. What is better than simple beauty?
Start this look off by freshening up your face with Neutrogena Deep Clean Invigorating Foam Scrub, $6.99. This remarkable face wash will blast away blemishes and keep your skin gorgeous, not to mention it will prep your skin for makeup application…how perfect!
Give your skin that all-over even tone with Revlon Photo Ready Concealer. This congealer gives your skin a warm glow…just like Blake’s. Just one piece of advice: test concealer on your jaw line to avoid mismatched makeup! This concealer is light and flexible and perfect for any time you spend in front of the camera (hence the name: Photo Ready) Apply lightly and you’re looking like Blake already, darling.
Make your lips shimmer and shine with this gorgeous peppermint mocha lip gloss from Bath & Body Works. For just $3.75, this luxe gloss tastes sweet and adds a dose of super star to your Thanksgiving style! Blake has gone for a light pink matte lip for her red carpet look, but a bit of gloss adds that Thanksgiving-special-occasion touch.
Make your lashes look thick, velvety and luscious with mascara. Blake Lively wears her mascara tastefully to accentuate her gorgeous eyes and if you want to grab this look you will have to do the same! I recommend MAC Mascara X, $15.00. The mascara has a uniquely rich formula that builds silky, volumized lashes. Not to mention the flexible wand applies mascara evenly from root to tip.
There you have it, with these four fabulous products you can easily master Blake Lively’s makeup look. You'll be set to shine all Thanksgiving long!
By: Annie Robinson | Images: Source, Source