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Get Emma Watson's look

BeautyBy Sunday World
Get Emma Watson's look

Known for playing Hermione Granger in the Harry Potter movies, Emma Watson has come a long way from her Hogwarts days.

The British actress is both a style and beauty icon, and recently showed women all over the world how to nail natural. Stepping out at the photo call for her upcoming thriller Regression in Milan, Emma paired her printed Christopher Kane skirt and black top with a glowing complexion. Aside from a slick of red lipstick, Emma let her radiant beauty and natural freckles do the talking.

You'll already have all the tools you need to get this look, so read on to learn how to master au naturel.

Eyes

Emma made sure her eyes didn't look overdone, and simply coated her lashes with black mascara. A taupe eyeshadow has also been used, with the colour great for a subtle effect. CODE Beautiful VLM Volumising Lengthening Mascara is one of the best mascaras on the market, pushing lashes up as it coats them. It lasts all day too! As for shadow, we recommend Eyeko's Me and My Shadow stick in Taupe.

Brows

Most people think of Cara Delevingne when it comes to eyebrows, but Emma can give the model-turned-actress a run for her money. Fill any gaps in with a sharpened brow pencil; just be careful not to press too hard. Flick the pencil the way your hair grows, and never stencil the brow with heavy, unnatural lines.

Face

Wear a coverage that lets your skin shine through, like Emma has. Make Up For Ever's HD Foundation does this job beautifully. Add liquid highlighter across cheekbones, forehead and the bridge of your nose to add a natural looking illumination. A tiny bit of pink blush on the apples of your cheeks finishes the look.

Lips

Red lipstick never goes out of fashion, so invest in a statement shade that suits your skin tone. Fairer skins look best with blue-based berry reds, while medium tones should go for orangey red. Dark complexions should grab deeper, richer colours. Vivid pops will also work well.

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