The Secret to Emma Roberts’ Glowing Parisian Beauty Look 

Emma Roberts
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Emma Roberts has perfected the art of the ethereal glow. Case in point: the actress looked positively otherworldly when she was spotted at the F/W 2018 Christian Dior Haute Couture on Tuesday, July 3, with healthy, glowing skin that no one would pass up the opportunity to copy. Luckily for Us, the Scream Queens star’s makeup artist Mary Wiles shared the step by step to nail the look on Instagram.

The beauty pro started by creating the perfect, yet still natural complexion with a combination of Dior Forever Undercover Cover Concealer and the new Dior Backstage Face and Body Waterproof Foundation. Then, Wiles added a healthy flush, with the Dior Backstage Cool Neutrals Cheek Highlight and Colour in 002. But to make sure that Roberts’ famous cheekbones were as chiseled as possible, Wiles also added some Contour 001 from the new Dior Backstage Universal Palette.

And for those peepers: Diorshow Eyeshadow Palette in Thrill enhanced the actress’s green eyes, along with a few slicks of the iconic Dior Show Iconic Mascara. No look is complete without brows, so Wiles also added some shape and definition to Roberts’ with the Dior Show Brown Brow Pencil.

As for the finishing touch, Wiles dabbed Dior Addict Lip Glow in 005 for a subtle and natural pinky flush on the star’s pout. There you have it, the secret to the Robert’s ethereal glow. Stars are all about the glow these days — perhaps because of Meghan Markle’s regal wedding day skin — and this is proof that the trend is here to stay. Once you’ve gotten over the Roberts glow, see the best looks from Paris Fashion Week here.

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