Beauty Trend: Au Naturel Makeup at the Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner 2013

Hi everyone,

A whole host of stars attended this year’s Vogue And MAC Cosmetics Dinner 2013 to honour the work of fashion designer Prabal Gurung. In terms of the makeup the stars wore to the event, there was an evident trend that many of the stars opted to go quite natural with their makeup, embracing the makeup/no makeup trend we have seen for the past year or so.

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Images Sourced from: http://metro.co.uk/2013/05/14/gallery-vogue-and-mac-cosmetics-dinner-2013-3758265/ (Photos by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for MAC Cosmetics)

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Images Sourced from: http://metro.co.uk/2013/05/14/gallery-vogue-and-mac-cosmetics-dinner-2013-3758265/ (Photos by Charley Gallay/Getty Images for MAC Cosmetics)

Stars such as Zoe Saldana and China Chow looked fresh faced and as though they had barely any makeup on. Abigail Spencer, Emma Roberts, Cody Horn and Hailee Steinfield opted for soft rosy cheeks and pale pinky nude lips, while Alice Eve and Liberty Ross opted for natural eyes and a soft but bolder lip colour .

As always, their skin looked fresh and glowing as they posed for photos outside the event.

My favourite look from the event would have to be Abigail Spencer as to me, she looked absolutely stunning as always.

 

What do you think of this makeup trend we’re seeing? Leave a comment below!

 

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