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Ursula Andress 60’s Makeup Tutorial

Ursula Andress is a classic beauty who is best known for her role as bond girl Honey Ryder in the James Bond film, “Dr. No.” Not only was she a famous actress, but she was also a model and a sex symbol in the 1960s. Ursula was known for both her beauty and her ability to “play it cool.” So, we thought it would be a great idea to recreate Ursula’s 60’s look on our model Holley Wolfe.

How to Achieve This Look:

This look was created using all Charlotte Tilbury products.

Step 1: Apply Eye Cream

Apply Charlotte Tilbury Magic Eye Rescue Cream around the eyes to prep the skin.

Step 2: Apply Moisturizer

Apply Charlotte’s Magic Cream all over the face to treat and moisturize the skin.

Step 3: Apply Foundation

Apply Hollywood Flawless Filter in the shade #4 Medium.

Step 4: Apply Concealer

Apply the Retoucher #1 under the eyes and anywhere else you may need to brighten the skin.

Step 5: Apply Powder

For this, I used the Magic Powder #2.

Step 6: Brush the Eyebrows

Brush out the eyebrows to shape them.

Step 7: Prime the Eyes with a Light Colored Eyeshadow

For this look, I used the eyeshadow palette The Sophisticate. Place the lightest color (#1) all over the eyelid.

Step 8: Highlight the Eyelid

Use the Film Star Bronze and Glow to highlight the eyelids.

Step 9: Enhance the Crease with a Darker Color

Enhance the eyelids and crease with the color #2 in the same palette.

Step 10: Continue to Define the Crease a Bit More

Define the crease a bit more with color #4 in the same palette.

Step 11: Apply Top Eyeliner

Apply the eyeliner Rock ‘n’ Kohl in the color “Bedroom Black” on the top lids.

Step 12: Enhance the Crease One More Time

Make sure the crease is as defined as you’d like it to be.

Step 13: Connect the Crease Line to the Eyeliner Line

Using a very thin brush and your shade # 4 in the same eye palette, define the outer “V” to connect the eyeliner to the crease.

Step 14: Apply Bottom Eyeliner

Using the “Pop” color in the same eye palette, apply your bottom eyeliner.

Step 15: Apply 1 Coat of Mascara

Use Legendary Lashes Volume 2, and apply one coat.

Step 16: Fill in the Eyebrows

While the first coat of mascara is drying, fill in the eyebrows with an eyebrow pen.

Step 17: Apply Eyebrow Gel

Use the eyebrow gel “Linda“.

Step 18: Highlight the Brow Bone

Use the Film Star Bronze and Glow to highlight the brow bones.

Step 19: Add a Second Coat of Mascara

Add a second coat of the same mascara.

Step 20: Apply Lashes

Using the KATLash style Empress, I applied lashes to both eyes.

Step 21: Define the Bottom Lid with Liner

Define the bottom lid with the eyeliner Rock ‘n’ Kohl in the color “Barbarella”.

Step 22: Add Mascara to Bottom Lashes

Next, apply the same Legendary Lashes mascara to the bottom lashes.

Step 23: Apply Blush

Apply blush directly on the cheekbones. For this, I used the color “Climax”.

Step 24: Add Highlighter

I added highlighter just to the top of the cheekbones and the bridge of the nose. I used the highlighter in the same Film Star Bronze and Glow from before.

Step 25: Line the Lips

Line the lips using the Iconic Nude Stick.

Step 26: Apply Lipstick

Apply the lipstick color “Best Actress”.

Step 27: Fine Tune the Look with What You Feel is Necessary

Do any final touch-ups that you deem necessary.

The Final Look:

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