Beauty How-To: Blake Lively's Blonde Bombshell Glamour At 'Savages' Premiere

Beauty How-To: Black Lively's Blonde Bombshell Glamour At 'Savages' Premiere

Wowee - blonde bombshell Blake Lively sure knows how to turn some heads. Appearing on the red carpet for the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Savages’ last night, the actress oozed retro glamour. Whilst showing off those curves in a figure hugging dress, she also worked glowing tanned skin (obvs-it is Blake after all), smouldering dark eyes, and a red siren lip. But the best bit? Those luscious locks! Left lightly curled and loose to one side, the gossip girl actress channelled some super glamorous 1940’s Hollywood beauty. Now that’s what we call jaw-dropping!

Why not channel Blake's beauty look (and quite frankly, who wouldn't) with our product picks below...

Dior Le Croisette 5-Coleur Palette in Aurora, £41 - www.dior.com Enhance tanned skin with these shimmering bronze shadows.

Lancome Hypnose Doll Eyes Mascara, £21- www.lancome.co.uk Get that wide fan-eyed effect with this individual lash coating mascara.

St Tropez Skin Illuminator, £12.26 at www.st-tropez.com We can’t all enjoy the benefits of the LA sun, this sneaky cheat gives skin a gorgeous, illuminating sheen.

Elizabeth Arden Pure Finish Highlighter, £23 - www.elizabetharden.co.uk Adds a subtle rose glow blush to sun kissed skin.

Max Factor Color Elixir Lipstick Ruby Tuesday, £7.99 - www.maxfactor.co.uk Slick on a strong, matte red for immediate, vintage glamour.




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