Get the Look: Mischa Barton's Retro Beauty

12/11/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

BAUER-GRIFFIN

Mischa Barton went for a decidedly grown-up look for a N.Y.C. Keds event. Her makeup artist, Nick Barose, describes it as a modern take on a 50’s pin-up, starting with matte but luminous skin. Then he brushed on a shimmery warm Dior Blush in Peachy Keen, $34, using the matte shade on the apples of her cheeks and dusting the shimmery shade to the tops of her cheekbones. He added a little sparkle to the eyes with Clarins Soft Cream Eye Colour in 01, $18 to her lids, brow bones and inner corners of the eyes. Then added a coat of Clarins Wonder Length Mascara in Black, $22, to her lashes, adding an extra coat to just the tips. To elongate her eyes, he lined her upper lashline with Dior Liquid Eye Liner in Black, $30. And for the truly retro touch, he created an intense, opaque mouth by using a lip brush to apply Clarins Rouge Appeal in Scarlet, $22. Barose really made the color pop by dabbing a light reflective concealer around the edges of her mouth.

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bea on

She is so beautiful!

Elda on

i agree, she is beautiful and the dark color of her hair really brings out her big pretty eyes.

claudia on

she is not beatiful at all, wide lips, square face, too pale skin, she’s just wierd looking.

izzi on

I like her. She is so much cooler than the All American “fake blonde fake tan fake hair fake tits”

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