Actress Kat Graham attended the premiere screening of FX’s ‘American Horror Story: Hotel’ at Regal Cinemas L.A. Live on October 3, 2015 in Los Angeles, California looking chic with slicked back hair, clean makeup punctuated with glossy red lips. We love this look and think it’s the perfect look to kick off the party season.
Get Kat Graham’s makeup look in 5 easy steps:
1. Even Complexion
A perfect canvas is the basis for the fresh clean face for this look.
Try: Too Faced Born This Way Foundation $39
An oil-free foundation for natural-looking, full coverage and a beautiful, radiant finish.
2. Sculpt and Highlight Cheekbones
Even with an amazing facial structure like Kat’s, you can still bump up the cheekbones with a bit of shade and highlight.
An exclusive duo of silky contouring powders to help sculpt, define, and highlight the face.
3. Sculpt Brows
Kat has perfect full-bodied brows. Perfect yours with a brow product that won’t let you down.
Try: Smashbox Brow Tech Matte Pencil $21
A matte brow pencil with an ultrafine point that mimics brow hairs and fills in sparseness.
4. Define Eyes
Frame eyes with minimal shadow and black liner. Finish with major mascara.
Two complementary colors from micronized powder pigments and pearls for a smooth application.
Try: Kat Von D Tattoo Liner $19
A liquid eyeliner with an innovative brush tip for effortless, precise application.
Try: Rimmel Wonder Lash Mascara $8.49
Formula with argan oil smoothens lashes with zero clump, feather-light volume.
5. Gloss Up Lips!
Glossy red lips are the focal point and the finishing touch for Kat’s look. Start with a lip liner and finish with gloss.
Try: Laura Mercier Lip Pencil in True Red $23
A perfectly textured lip pencil designed to outline, define, and enhance the natural shape of the lip.
Try: Laura Mercier Lip Glacé in Poppy $25
This sheer, high-shine gloss can be worn alone or layered over lip color to add a touch of luster to lips.
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