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About Face: Makeup artist Hillary Fenton shares tips

Six products. Two radically different looks. The makeup artist Hillary Fenton shares her tips for achieving a fashionable face without breaking the bank

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OUR EXPERT: The makeup artist Hillary Fenton has worked with Oscar de la Renta, DKNY, and the Florida Grand Opera. She regularly travels between Miami, New York, and Chicago, where she is based.


Hollywood Glam face



MAC shadow in Soba and Make Up For Ever pencil in Metallic White

1 >> Starting with the crease of the lid, apply the MAC shadow in Soba in broad strokes. Follow with the Make Up For Ever pencil in metallic white. Draw a line from the inner corner of the eye across the lid, then up the crease. Use a finger to blend the white pencil into the shadow.


Make Up For Ever pencil in Black

2 >> Using the Make Up For Ever black pencil, draw a line from the outer edge of the eye to the inner corner.


Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector and MAC shadow in Soba

3 >> For a dewy look, apply Becca Shimmering Skin Perfector on top of foundation: Draw parentheses around the eyes, starting on the brow bone and following the cheekbone down. Blend lightly. For a light contour blush, use the MAC shadow in Soba.


Nars lip pencil in Cruella

4 >> For a glam red lip, try the Nars pencil in Cruella. Draw the letter m on the bow of the mouth, followed by a small center line on the bottom lip. Fill in the inner part of the lip with the pencil, press the lips together, and then trace with the pencil. Top with gloss.

Our expert’s go-to product: Cover Girl Volume Exact Mascara. For even more va-va voom, try false eyelashes. Our pick: Monica eyelashes from Make Up For Ever.

To apply cheek color: Use a MAC #168 brush and concentrate under the cheekbone, starting by the ear and moving forward.


Photography: Erika Dufour
Styling: Jennifer Moore


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