A Natural Makeover: Vera Farmiga

A Natural Makeover: Vera Farmiga

Green celebrity makeup artist and newest tarte cosmetics collaborator, Tina Turnbow, gave actress Vera Farmiga an eco-friendly makeover for her new flick, Up In The Air (with yummy George Clooney) last night.

Here are the deets for the natural do over:

“Vera’s look was simple glamour: Her dress was ephemeral – a white, almost grecian Dolce & Gabbana, and I wanted her makeup look to shine forth her beautiful features, while keeping that simple, effortless air.”

Face Products

“Vera has a beautiful, fair complexion, so I kept it simple – with a lightweight foundation and finished with a light, rosy blush.

Foundation: Almay Pure Blends Mineral Makeup in Fair – “l love that this foundation is 97.4% natural”

Blush: Revolution Organics Freedom Glow Beauty Balm in Blushed – “It’s a beautiful cream stick that creates very natural-looking rosy cheeks.” Mineral Fusion Blush in Trace “a soft, baby pink to highlight cheek bones”

Powder: Tarte Provocateur SPF 8 Pressed Mineral Powder & Compact in Fair

Eye Products

“I kept the eyes nude, with a bit of pearly shimmer smudged on the lids and beautiful lush lashes. It was also important that her brows were defined and framed her face.”

Brows: Clarins Pro Palette Eyebrow Kit. “This all in one kit has everything I need to create the perfect brows – from highlighter to powders to even a holding wax to groom the brows.”

Eyeshadow: Jane Iredale Liquid Eyeliner in Silver (smudged on lids)

Lashes: Origins Full Story Lush Lash Mascara

Lip Products

Lipstick: ZUZU Luxe Lipstick in Vino D’amour


ARCONA Lavender Hydrating Mist “A light mist to set the makeup and give a little finishing glow”

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