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We let you know how to copy Amy Adam's makeup look.

Amy Adams is one of the most famous copper-haired ladies in Hollywood with good reason. Not only is she a charming actress, but she always manages to look flawless both on and off the red carpet.

Amy Adams hairstylesIn addition to keeping her red mane in gorgeous condition, she chooses makeup that flatters her skin tone and eye color.  Here’s how to get Amy Adam’s makeup for copper hair in a few easy steps:

1. If you have light blue or green eyes like Amy, choose a black or dark brown eyeliner to bring them out. Amy has lined the top lash line and followed it up with black mascara. For an extra dramatic look, you can add a smudge of eyeliner to the bottom lash line as well.

2. Get a peachy glow on your cheeks by using a blush or bronzer that has a light apricot shade. This will look great with your copper hair and fair skin tone.

3. On your lips, wear a nude, coral or peach shade to complete the warm palette. Here, Amy has chosen a shade that harmonizes with her cheek color.

Finish it off with a sleek hairstyle and you are set!

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