Beth Behrs’ amFAR Gala Look created by mark Makeup Artist Jamie Greenberg

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“Two Broke Girls” star Beth Behrs made her mark at amfAR’s Inspiration Gala in Hollywood. Celebrity Makeup Artist Jamie Greenberg shared her techniques for creating this gorgeous look.

Face & Cheeks:

“I started by applying mark Min-A-Real Cream-To-Powder Foundation in Light 3 to create an even base. For a warm, healthy glow, I applied mark Just Blushing Powder Blush in Cameo on Beth’s cheeks.”

Eyes:

“I used mark Please Hold Eye Primer to create a strong base for the shadows and liners. Next I applied mark I-Mark Wet/Dry Eye Shadow in Tabac to the creases of Beth’s eyes. Then, I used mark Drama Case Eye Shadow and Liner Palette (brown liner shade) on her lid and winged it out, layered with mark I-Mark Wet/Dry Eye in Barista for a subtle cat-eye effect. Next, I layered the liner with mark Metal Works Liquid Eyeliner in Aura to create a gorgeous sparkle. I lined Beth’s under-eye with mark No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner in Solid Gold and finished the eyes by applying two coats of mark Lash Act Build and Define Mascara in Black Brown.”

Lips: “I applied mark Lip Click Full Color Lipstick in Cha Cha layered with Coral Fixation for a bright, sensual lip.”

Here are the products I used to try to get the same look:

Drama Case Eye Shadow and Liner Palette $18

No Place to Run Longwear Eyeliner (Solid Gold) $9

Lash Act Build and Define Mascara (Black Brown) $12

Lip Click Full Color Lipstick (Cha Cha and Coral Fixation) $11

What do you think? I can honestly say that brown eye shadow is not something I normally wear but I think I like it.  To tone down the lipstick since Cha Cha & Coral Fixation are both red/orange shades, I applied them over gloss using a lip brush.

I’m definitely liking this look and the fact that mark products are so affordable.

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Comments

  1. I think the brown tones are a nice neutral way to doll it up, without looking over done. The hue also brings out your blue eyes!

  2. I love Two Broke Girls! And am also a big fan of brown tones in my makeup

  3. I love the look over-all! Brown tones are some of my favorites 🙂

  4. Melissa Pezza says

    I love the brown tones! I just love the overall look!

  5. East9thStreet says

    I’m also a fan of the brown tones. I tried experimenting with some purple shades and had to blend some brown in with it.

  6. Kathleen Garber says

    You look great as usual, very close to the inspiration!

  7. Still Blonde after all these YEARS says

    I think you got the Eye very closely maybe just a slightly heavier hand. The brown is really pretty isn’t it?

  8. Sandy a la Mode says

    the brown is a nice neutral! i like a redder lipstick too!

    xo,
    Sandy
    Sandy a la Mode