Lily attended We Day Seattle yesterday, where she represented Bystander Revolution. Sadly all photos added to the gallery are in MQ but will be replaced with their HQ versions as soon its possible!
Our May issue just came out this week (have you got your mitts on a copy yet?) and we’ve already been getting so many comments on cover star Lily Collins’ gorgeous make-up look! Combining THOSE brows with a strongly defined blue line and an otherwise super-natural and rosy-cheeked look, it’s totally DIY-able – and we’ve got the skinny on how to get this look at home.
All about that base
“Start with the base, using fingers to blend Hydraglow primer on to the cheeks and blend Lancôme Miracle Cushion foundation all over the face avoiding the eyes area,” says Lancôme elite make-up artist, Shehla Shaikh-Ahmed. “Build the coverage where needed, which can be more in the centre panel of the face, using a patting and rolling motion with the sponge. Add light and lift to the eye area by blending Lancôme Teint Miracle pen in one shade lighter than your skin tone in a triangle under the eyes.”
“Lightly contour the cheeks with Lancôme Belle de Teint, applying only where you see shadow,” says Shehla – so that’d be beneath the cheekbones and along the temples slightly, in an S shape (we know y’all have seen a heap of contouring vids so this one should be simples). “Shape the brows next to help structure the face with Lancôme Le Sourcils Pro. Gently stroke the pencil through the brows and brush lightly after to soften, continuing this process until they are naturally defined and you have the desired definition.”
Today, Bystander Revolution announced that actress Lily Collins is joining forces with the organization to spread the word about simple acts that can deliver real short and long-term benefits in the fight against bullying. Lily Collins will be joining other speakers and performers, such as Seattle Seahawks’ head coach Pete Carroll, Apolo Ohno, Kweku Mandela, Laila Ali and others at the KeyArena on Thursday, April 23 for We Day Seattle, an event celebrating 15,000 students passionate about making a positive impact on the world. Lily Collins will be leading We Day’s segment on Social Empowerment and delivering a speech on behalf of Bystander Revolution where she serves as an ambassador.
Bystander Revolution’s website launched one year ago on April 23, 2014 with videos from celebrities, students, and leaders. To coincide with its anniversary, Bystander Revolution is launching a new social media initiative called #standkind, a challenge to spread kindness online in the form of compliments on social media posts.
We Day Seattle marks Lily Collins’ first event as an ambassador for Bystander Revolution. The actress, known for her work in such films as The Blind Side, Mirror Mirror, and Love Rosie, first partnered with the organization by making several videos for Bystander Revolution’s website launch last year. She has since worked with the organization by supporting its social media initiatives and assisting with outreach efforts to help students being targeted by cyberbullying.
Our gallery has been updated with official photos from Lily’s Barrie Knitwear Fall/Winter 2015-2016 campaign. Her contract has been renewed for the 3rd time, and she was photographed once again by Karl Lagerfeld.
We have a new Facebook page! Like it to keep up with our posts, new pretty pics and (hopefully) other great things! We are open to suggestions, as always.
Our gallery has (finally) been updated with photos of Lily at the Private Karl Lagerfeld cruise a few days ago.
Our gallery has been updated with scans from the May issue of Glamour magazine. Thanks to Lindsey, from www.domhnall-gleeson.com, for sending them our way!
A video from Métiers d’Art 2014/15 Paris-Salzburg Presentation, that occurred on March 31 in New York has been uploaded by Chanel. You can see a little of Lily in it!
Lily graces the cover of the February issue of Cosmopolitan (Taiwan) magazine. We will try to add the scans as soon as possible but for now, you can already enjoy the cover.