Friday, 20 April 2012

Charlize Theron W Magazine Tutorial

Following on from Nics' Queen Ravenna Charlize tutorial, I have attempted the make-up that she wore on the cover of W Magazine, the make-up artist was Shane Paish from Jed Root Agency




The products that I used can be seen at 105 Looks.
Chanel Vitalumiere Aqua Compact 40
Bobbi Brown Creamy Concealer in Natural
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz Ash Blonde
Anastasia Beverly Hills Tinted Brow gel in Espresso
Laura Mercier Metallic Creme in Alloy
Neals Yard Eyeshadow in Truffle
Revlon Grow Lucious Mascara
MAC Blacktrack Fluidline
Chanel Soleil de Tan
AVON Earthen Rose
Chanel Lip Pencil in Peche

47 comments:

  1. That woman has so much lid space! Eyeshadow looks amazing on her. And you too Sam, of course! <3

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  2. you are as beautiful, if not more so than charlize! so lucky!

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  3. gorgeous! :)


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  4. The colour of the eyes is incredible. I really want to try one of those Laura Mercier Creme Eyeshadow tubes! x

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  5. Gorgeous. can you please do a wedding look tutorial?

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  6. fantastic sam!!!! i just love it!!

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  7. Fantastic SAM!!! I just love it!

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  8. I kinda have the same lid space as Charlize does. Maybe this look will look good on me :D

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  9. looks like you have the same kind of face shape as her! Great one!

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  10. This is a gorgeous and very glam look! Love it

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  11. It looks so gorgeous and pretty! :') I especially like the earthen rose from Avon! You've made me want to order loads of things from there! :)

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  12. charlize theron is so stunning!

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  13. Are you slightly buzzed in this video? You seem extra bubbly. Maybe it's just me ;) Anyway, what a gorgeous look, so wearable and glamorous at the same time. Bravo!

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  14. Is it just me or are you slightly buzzed while you made this tutorial? You seem extra bubbly. But maybe that's just me ;) Anyway, so gorgeous. It's glamorous, yes wearable. Bravo Sam!

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  15. that Laura Mercier colour is beautiful!!!
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  16. Sam, you are gorgeous! You too, Nic! Love your tutorials, keep up the good work!

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  17. Sam, you are gorgeous! You too, Nic! Love your tutorials, keep up the good work!

    http://www.beauty-twist.com/

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  18. I adore you and your sisters videos! Here is a listing of products Parish used for this look from isabellagucci.com.
    Dior Diorskin Forever Flawless Perfection Fusion Wear Makeup in 020
    Diorblush Glowing Color Power Blush in Peechy Keen
    3 Couleurs Ready-to-Wear Smoky Eyes Palette in Smoky Brown
    Diorshow Mascara in 090
    Rouge Dior Lipstick in Beige Indecise

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  19. This is a gorgeous look. I was looking for inspiration of Boudoir makeup looks for this weekend and this is a good one to use.

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  20. Your re-creation of the look is just soooo spot on. If I photoshopped your picture, I KNOW it would look exactly the same. Gah. The two eyeshadow products are so hard to dupe (T^T)

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  21. Your re-creation of this look is so SPOT on. I just know that if I were to photohop your picture it would come up the same. AMAZING. Its such a shame that the eyeshadows you used are so hard to dupe. GRAAAAHHHH. This look is so maddeningly beautiful.

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  22. You're more beautiful than Charlize Theron, really !! ;)
    I love your videos!!

    Anna.

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  23. You and nic are so inspirational xx

    I have just stated a blog please check it out if you have a min and tell me what I could improve on
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  24. I love this look. I have a hard time with the blending, due to my older skin around my eye's, to much movement of the skin. But I still like to try things out. I would really love it if you girls would to tutorials on older women and use older women to show how to apply make-up on us with the saggy skin and all.
    Thanks again, I look forward daily to your updates here and on youtube.

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  25. I love this look. I have a hard time with the blending, due to my older skin around my eye's, to much movement of the skin. But I still like to try things out. I would really love it if you girls would to tutorials on older women and use older women to show how to apply make-up on us with the saggy skin and all.
    Thanks again, I look forward daily to your updates here and on youtube.

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  26. I love this look. I've tried to duplicate some of your tutorials. But it's harder when you have older skin, and it's loose and doesn't behave well. Have you girls considered tutorials with older women, like in the 40's, 50's and even 60's? Just some tips on how to apply make-up to skin that doesn't behave like it did.
    Thanks, I look forward to your tutorials and updates on your blog and youtube.

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  27. The name ‘death-watch beetle’ comes from the tapping sound, which can be heard in warm weather between March and June, made by beetles banging their heads against the walls of the tunnels to attract mates. This insect is often found in churches hence the association with death reflected in its name.

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  28. The name ‘death-watch beetle’ comes from the tapping sound, which can be heard in warm weather between March and June, made by beetles banging their heads against the walls of the tunnels to attract mates. This insect is often found in churches hence the association with death reflected in its name.

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  29. Such a great look! You really pull it off Sam! BTW, I don't think the Neals Yard eyeshadow in Truffle is available on the U.S. site. Can you suggest a dupe? Thanks again for another amazing tutorial!

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  30. Such a great look! You really pull it off Sam! BTW, I don't think the Neals Yard eyeshadow in Truffle is available on the U.S. site. Can you suggest a dupe? Thanks again for another amazing tutorial!

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  31. Such a great look! You really pull this off Sam! BTW, I don't think the Neals Yard Eyeshadow in Truffle is available on the U.S. site. :( Can you suggest a dupe? Thanks again for another amazing tutorial!

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  32. Charlize is gorgeous...amazing job you did

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  33. I just wanted to say thank you for an amazing line of brushes! I'm sooo glad they are all cruelty-free so I could buy them. :)

    Since I know you guys have written about animal testing before, I thought you might be interested in signing this: http://www.nocruelcosmetics.org/sign_up.php

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  34. amazing.your lips look exactly like her lips!

    xoxo
    SisterAct

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  35. So pretty.

    Just bought the setting brush and expert face brush, love them. Random question but I saw that a bunch of other people were wanting to know, what powder highlighter did you use in your real techniques setting brush tutorial?

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  36. Gorgeous!
    I bought the Alloy Metallic Creme after seeing the video... Love it!

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  37. Gorgeous!
    I bought the Alloy Metallic Creme after seeing the video... Love it!

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  38. Absolutely stunning! Looks incredible with your eye colour which means therefore I must try! I need that LM Eye cream. Thanks!

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  39. gorgeous!!! I wish one day i'll be able to do the same!

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  40. Beautiful! Love a smokey metallic eye, great work!

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  41. I'm loving the laura mercier metallic cream, might have to splurge on it

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