But back to that eyeliner — while it's referential to mod '60s ladies, Emma owns it in a way that doesn't seem costume-y. Even though it's bold, it doesn't overwhelm her petite features. We think that's because the eyes are clearly the focus of the look — her skin, lips, and even hair are striking, but more subdued, allowing her gaze to take center stage. This, to us, is quintessential fall beauty, and it's got us amped up for the colder months ahead.
Check out the full interview with Emma, including details about Perks of Being A Wallflower, life after Harry Potter, and the real price of fame, in the latest issue of T, on stands now. (New York Times)
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