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Make-Up Muse: Georgia May Jagger

Sinead Van Kampen

Published 25/08/2011 | 15:13

Georgia May Jagger. Photo: Getty Images
Georgia May Jagger. Photo: Getty Images

From 70's Bohemian to Margaret Thatcher lookalike, Georgia May Jagger's evolving style has made her a hit with everyone from Vogue to Chanel. Georgia's flawless skin, pillowy lips and flowing mane ensures she doesn't have to work too hard with her make-up.

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Here's how to get her look:

Georgia May Jagger has youthful skin and her base is kept natural. Begin by prepping skin with a hydrating moisturiser to plump and moisturise before working a light reflecting foundation like Chanel's Vitalumiere Aqua onto skin with a brush. Any dark circles can be reduced with an illuminating concealer like YSL's Touch Eclat and blemishes can be brought under control with a dab of MAC's Studio Finish Concealer.

Georgia prefers to keep blusher minimal, so only the palest of pinks will do. Try sweeping Benefit's Dandelion along the apples and along the cheekbones for a similar finish.



She complements her natural green eye colouring with a palette of browns and sands. To get the look, even out tone by working a soft cream like Estee Lauder's Ivory Slipper across the socket and up to the brow bone. Light brown tones can be blended across lids and into the crease of the eye for a soft, hazy finish. Staying with the lazy look, brows should be filled in with a light pencil like Rimmel's Professional Eyebrow Pencil in Hazel and lashes loaded with Bobbi Brown's Lash Glamour lengthening mascara.



Georgia makes the most of her most unique feature with super bright lips. Begin by lining lips with Estee Lauder's Double Wear Lip pencil inTawny before gently working an orange red like MAC's So Chaud onto the lips using a brush.

Famed for that blonde bombshell hair, Georgia opted for a slick centre parting and some soft curls. For a similar finish, tease blow dried ends through a wand and spritz with Aveda's Witch Hazel Light Hold Hair Spray. Although we loved her recent Iron Lady impressions for Harper's Bazaar, we have to say we prefer this particular version!

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