Steal the Look: Ciara at Grammy Awards

Another hot look at last night’s Grammy Awards was pop mega-starlet Ciara, whose look was created by celebrity makeup artist Yolanda Frederick.

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Want to steal her look? Yolanda gave us a step-by-step how-to!

“For Ciara’s Grammy red carpet look, I prepped the face with shu uemura’s new UV Under Base Fluid in Medium Beige. I then followed up with shu uemura’s Nobara Cream Cover Stick foundation in 524 for a flawless golden finish.”

My favorite party was her flirty lashes, which were created with lots of shu uemura’s Ultimate Mascara in Black to frame the eye.

“For cheeks, I used shu uemura’s Glow On blush in M Amber 89 and highlighted with Lancôme’s Model Mocha Cream Shimmer for more drama!” Yolanda says. “For a perfect lip, I lined ever so lightly with shu uemura’s Drawing Lip Pencil in Brown 710 then topped it off with shu uemura’s creamy nude Rouge Unlimited lipstick in BG 940M. I then wanted to highlight the center of the lip with a shimmery gloss, so I applied shu uemura’s Gloss Unlimited in BG 980N for that extra pop!”

Gorgeous!

So, tell me, what were some of your favorite Grammy looks this year?

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      hi aly walansky, great grammy article but i was writing you after seeing your feature in new beauty magazine. i was voted best facialist in LA 3 times and also just launched my own skincare product line available on my website at http://www.marcedwardskincare.com would love to discuss collaborating anything skincare related, treatments, products, ingredients, whats new etc please contact me as id love to be blogged about and please check out my website at http://www.marcedwardskincare.com or call us at 213-705-8899 i will be in allure and glamour april 1st 2010 and i was just featured in the grammy gift bags yesterday. =)

    • Timbo

      Is it just me, or does she look like she’s had more than her fair share of “work” done? :D

    • vishal ranjan

      IT IS NICE TO MAKE UP.BUT NOT TOO MUCH