We zoomed in on this pic and we can't figure out if her lashes are well-done lash extensions or individual fake lashes. All we know is that when she bats those beautiful Venus flytraps, she probably massacres any man within a mile.
And how about those cheekbones? Talk about highlighting your best features—this new mom's blush and highlighter are strategically placed to catch every light and make her cheekbones shine (literally).
Get the Look: Start your eyes by applying a shimmery nude pink eye shadow like Stila Eye Shadow in Kitten to just your eyelids. Next, you'll want to add a little contour to your crease to give your eyes some depth. Try using a small domed brush to apply a matte plum brown like Illamasqua Powder Eye Shadow in Forgiveness to your crease. Or, if you have puffy eyelids, apply the shadow right above your crease, it will make the eyelid look less puffy.
Once you've blended your crease shadow, use a black liquid eyeliner pen like MAC 'Penultimate' Eye Liner, which will help you be more precise in your line and lessen your chances of making your eyes into a huge blackened mess. Start your line on your upper lash line about a half an inch from your inner eye (basically where your lashes start looking more pronounced) and make the line thicker as you go. When you get to the end, flick the eyeliner upward to make a wing.
Now, if you really want Molly's lovely lashes you need to either invest in good lash extensions or you're going to need to carve out some time to apply individual falsies. The latter can be a very frustrating process, but once you get it down, it will be as easy as applying lipstick:
1. Curl your natural lashes so they will blend better with the new falsies. We love MAKE UP FOR EVER Individual Eyelashes.
2. Apply a drop of lash glue like DUO Individual Eyelash Adhesive to the back of your hand.
3. Next, with tweezers, grab an individual lash and dip the tip into the glue.
4. Starting at the outer corner of your eye, apply the false lash between two of your natural lashes so it sits right on the lash line.
5. Let the glue dry for a few seconds and then continue applying lashes until you feel you've reached the right level of Brigitte Bardot.
Now, we promise the cheeks are going to be a lot easier to achieve. Apply a pink powder blush like Dior Rosy Glow Healthy Glow Awakening Blush in the apples of your cheeks. Next, use your ring fingertip to apply a cream highlighter like Benefit Watts Up! in the center of your cheeks and work your way up to your temples. Blend the highlighter along the outer edges to make this look more natural.
Now, we'd be lying if we promised that after you try this look at home you will look like Molly Sims, but we do swear you'll be slaying it as a summer sex kitten!
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