3 Small Ways to Look More Camera-Ready, According to a Celeb Makeup Artist


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We've covered enough red carpets to know that celebrity makeup artists have an infinite amount of tricks up their sleeves, whether it's the drugstore products they always use or an oft overlooked concealer hack. And of all the pros whose brains we'd like to pick, few rival Monika Blunder—as the go-to makeup artist for everyone from Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to Jessica Alba to Emilia Clarke, suffice to say that she's one of the best at what she does.

So it's rather exciting news that Blunder is opening up her wealth of knowledge to the masses by hosting a master class on red carpet makeup this coming Saturday, (rather fittingly) the day before the Grammy Awards. The best part: The class will be conducted via live stream, so you can get schooled on the ways of a camera-ready face from the comfort of your couch.

But Blunder also decided to do us one better by divulging a few of her best tips ahead of time. It's the worst when your makeup doesn't look as good on camera as it does in the mirror, so below, Blunder reveals three easy steps to evading that very problem.