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Keri Russell Shares Her Glowy-Skin Secrets

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    Being Keri Russell's makeup artist has its perks — like being able to spend quality glam time with the lovely and talented actress. And, lucky for me, I recently did her makeup for the CFDA Awards, and I was able to chat with her about her personal beauty routine and how she stays so radiant.

    For the event, she wore a gown by designer Rosie Assoulin, which inspired me to create a summery wash of sheer color. I started by moisturizing her face with Dr. Hauschka Rose Day Cream. To keep her skin fresh and glowy, I used a tinted moisturizer from NARS and then just a touch of Charlotte Tilbury concealer only where she needed it. Then, I used warm, nude colors from a neutral cream palette on her eyes, lips, and cheeks, finishing the look off with a strong brow and tons of lashes.

    Curious to see the gorgeous, final pictures? Click ahead, where you'll also learn everything you've ever wanted to know about Russell's thoughts on beauty.



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