Taylor Swifts Makeup Look for the American Music Awards 2011

By on November 22, 2011

 Taylor Swifts Makeup Look for the American Music Awards 2011

Once again Taylor Swift was the big winner last night at the American Music Awards. I can’t help it…I ADORE her!  I have been singing “Mean”for the past month, and absolutely love her modesty, and kindness.  I am a fan, what can I say!

Last night, she looked elegant as always, and complimented her glittery dress with subdued makeup. Here is how to get the look (you can bet I will be recreating this on myself immediately!). As a COVER GIRL spokeswoman she rocked out her look with their products, which means you can achieve her glamor girl radiance for a budget friendly price! Enjoy!

Taylor Swift’s look at the American Music Awards by makeup artist, Lorrie Turk

“The American Music Awards Show itself was the inspiration for Taylor’s look.  I wanted to reflect the youthful, fun vibe of this event.”

FACE:

  • With a foundation brush, I smoothed CoverGirl’s Natureluxe Silk Foundation onto her skin followed by a dab of concealer on the inner corners of her eyes.
  • I applied the concealer with the tip of my ring finger in a patting motion.
  • CG TruBlend Minerals Blush in Shimmering Sands was used along the cheekbones to add highlight and color.

EYES:

  • With a dampened eyeshadow brush, I brushed on COVERGIRL Eye Enhancers 1-Kit Shadow in Tapestry Taupe from her lash line to just above her crease and blended that in an up and outward motion.
  • On the innermost corners of her eyes, I applied COVERGIRL Eye Enhancers 1-Kit Shadow in Snow blossom with a small damp brush to brighten and highlight her eyes.
  • I lined just the tops on her lash line with a very thin line using COVERGIRL LineExact Liquid Liner in Very Black.
  • I finished her eyes by applying a couple of coats of COVERGIRL NatureLuxe Mousse Mascara in Very Black to her upper and lower lashes.

LIPS:

  • I applied COVERGIRL ShineBlast Lipgloss in Dazzle directly from the applicator wand and then put it in her purse for any possible touchups later in the evening.