Get The Look/Camilla Belle

You gotta love Camilla Belle. While most of her young Hollywood peers are swapping beaus, hair colors, and insults at warp speed, Belle is refreshingly pulled together. Plus, with her raven hair, creamy skin, and bold brows, she has a young Liz Taylor sort of beauty. This radiance was on full display recently when she attended a presentation of Chanel's Cruise collection in Santa Monica. Belle's fashion-forward eyeliner (a big fall trend) and dewy skin were simply flawless. We rang up Lisa Storey-the makeup artist responsible for this perfection-to find out all the details on this divine look.

[All makeup by Chanel]
"Camilla has amazing skin, so I just used the sheerest application of foundation to warm up her skin," Storey says. She applied Bronze Universel de Chanel Sun Illuminator to Belle's face and Pro Lumiere Correcteur Professional Finish Concealer under her eyes. "I quite like this concealer," Storey says. "It's illuminating, has amazing pigment, and blends so naturally that it looks like you don't have any makeup on at all. It's the perfectly consistency too-it never crackles when you smile."

Storey dusted any of Belle's shiny spots with Natural Finish Pressed Powder and brushed on Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Nude. "Over the Bronze Universal, this peachy-pink blush makes the skin look healthy and radiant," Storey says.

Belle was game for incorporating a fashion element in the night's beauty look. "She loves fashion, knows what's going on in that world, and has the confidence to experiment," Storey says. With this in mind, Storey slightly accentuated Belle's brows with Le Crayon Yeux Precision Eye Definer in black. Storey scribbled the pencil onto the back of her hand (warming and softening the product), and then applied the color with a stiff brow brush.

Next, Storey used the warm brown shades of Quadra Eye Shadow in Variations on Belle's lids. To define Belle's eyes, Storey used Ecriture de Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner in black. She suggests starting the liquid liner application directly behind the eyelashes, almost in the lash line. "Don't try to make a shape at first," Storey warns. "You run the risk of over-applying the liner and looking like someone's crazy aunt." The look was finished with several coats of Chanel's newest mascara, Inimitable, in black and a swipe of Levres Scintillantes Glossimer in Glow on Belle's lips.

Product, Product, Product

Chanel Bronze Universel de Chanel Sun Illuminator, $42.50,
Chanel Poudre Universelle Compact Natural Finish Pressed Powder, $42.50,
Chanel Pro Lumiere Correcteur Professional Finish Concealer, $38,
Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush in Nude, $39.50,

Chanel Les Quatre Ombres Quadra Eye Shadow in Variations, $55,
Chanel Ecriture de Chanel Automatic Liquid Eyeliner in black, $30,
Chanel Le Crayon Yeux Precision Eye Definer in black, $27.50,
Chanel Inimitable Mascara Multi-Dimensional in black, $26.50,

Chanel Levres Scintillantes Glossimer in Glow, $25,