June 30, 2011 by Beauty Booty 411


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley – You’re So Gorgeous, I Hate You!

Is it just me or is Rosie Huntington-Whiteley so gorgeous, it’s scary? While I don’t think I’ll be standing in line for my tickets to the new Transformers flick, I do really like this actress/model. She’s got that natural beauty you don’t get to see too often in Hollywood these days. That probably just makes Megan Fox hate her even more! Anyhoo, I bring this lovely lady to your attention today for a specific reason: her glow. Keep reading to find out why she rocks it!

This photo of her is the perfect example of what bronzer is and how it should be used! She totally aced this look. When you brush your bronzer on all over your face, you don’t look tanned — you look mismatched! It’s not a good look. To get that subtle and utterly chic sun-kissed glow, apply bronzer (not much darker than your skin tone) to the hollows of your cheeks like Rosie. It’ll give your face depth and the illusion of higher cheekbones.

I particularly like how she combined that soft, natural-looking complexion with shimmering copper eyeshadow. It’s the ultimate summer makeup look. Kudos to this rising star. I hope she isn’t offended by the title of this post. I only hate her because I’m not her!


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  1. I like her eyebrows and how her eyes stand out. This is my kind of makeup look! Very natural, yet super sexy!

  2. Leigh says:

    I feel the same way about Rosie. How is it fair that one girl can be so beautiful and talented at the same time? Haha. Great post!

  3. Obaging says:

    She really does look glowing on this one (although I cannot say that for all of the pictures of her that I have seen online and in printed form). I wish I can learn how to apply make-up and come up with this look.

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