Cher as Tess in Burlesque
Make-up by Leonard Engelman
Cher
Photo:By Stephen Vaughan © 2010 Screen Gems, Inc. All rights reserved
Updated:Tuesday, March 08th, 2011

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The new movie musical Burlesque marks the 24th year that make-up artist Leonard Engelman has worked with mega-star Cher (their first film collaborations included The Witches of Eastwick and Moonstruck). "Working with an icon like Cher is always a wonderful opportunity to create," Engelman said. The Burlesque storyline offered "the opportunity to develop several looks for Cher, from daytime looks all the way through to this look, which is the first time you see her in the film. Isn't it interesting that this is the first time Cher has sung in a film?"

This breakdown was originally featured in Issue 87 of Make-Up Artist magazine. 
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TaUT Perfectly Taut Facial Masque combined with TaUT Aloe Vera Gel Treatment
Foundation
TaUT Feather Lite Foundation in Beige and Bisque (mixed)
Concealer
TaUT Skin Care Concealer in Medium and, where needed, Kryolan Dermacolor Camouflage Creme in D4W
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TaUT Skin Care Blush in Berry, accentuated with Smashbox Blush Rush in Passion and the edges blended off with Shu Uemura Paradis Fluos in Pink Hibiscus
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Upper lid: TaUT Eye Shadow in Natural, Sephora Colorful Mono Eyeshadow in Tender Pink; sculpting with Janelle Mignon in Plum Café, TaUT Eye Shadow in Black and MAKE UP FOR EVER Star Powder in #917 and #90950, M.A.C. ‘60s Glitter Eye Brilliants in Neon and Pink. Under eye: Janelle Mignon in Plum Café with TaUT Eye Shadow in Black, edged with TaUT Watermelon Blush and M.A.C. ‘60s Glitter Eye Brilliants in Neon.
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Ben Nye Eyeliner Pencil in Onyx Black at inner corner of the eye only
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TaUT Perfect Brow Control, Eberhard Faber Pencil in Ebony Jet Black Extra Smooth and Ben Nye Eyebrow Pencil in Black
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False Lashes
Upper: Two pairs of M.A.C. #33 lashes (width of the second lash narrower than the first), lower: M.A.C. 33 Lash upside down; Make Up For Ever Color Liner in #26 Iridescent Plum [try MAKE UP FOR EVER Aqua Eyes Waterproof Eyeliner Pencil in 4L - Shimmering Plum], dotted at inner and outer corners of lashes to extend the look
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TaUT Lip Pencil in Burgundy, Laura Mercier Crème Lip Colour in Truly Red, M.A.C. Dazzleglass in Extra Amps
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Make-up by Leonard Engelman
 
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