Georgie Henley is a beautiful young actress with a great sense of style. You may know her for her role as Lucy Pevensie in The Chronicles of Narnia movies. She has also appeared in the first episodes of the mini-serie Jane Eyre. This site, Dress Like Georgie, is a guide to dress like Georgie, including information about her and her style, a lookbook, exact and similair matches and ofcourse much more! Have a look around and make sure to come again soon!
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Here are some guides for looks which are easy to do.

Alberta Ferretti “Pitti Immagine Uomo 79″ Special Event Fashion Show

1. Prep your face before applying any makeup. Do so by cleaning your face and/or applying face primer.

2. Take a powder, liquid, or cream foundation that matches your skin tone and apply throughout your face and on your neck (stroking downward) evenly. Blend, if necessary. Then take a complementary shade of or clear powder and apply over your foundation.

3. Take a pink blush and apply on the apples of your cheeks. Apply another layer, if needed (recommended for pale complexions like Georgie). Blend evenly.

4. Apply an eyeshadow primer if you’d like. Take a light brown (or flesh-colored) eyeshadow and apply along your eyelid and upward to just below your eyebrow.

5. Take a black pencil eyeliner and as thinly as possible apply along your lash line. Then take a white or flesh-colored eyeliner and apply very thinly along the waterline.

6. Apply a lash primer if you’d like. Then apply thin coats of black mascara on your upper lashes.

7. Apply a lip primer if you’d like. Apply a lipstick similar to your natural lip color.

Beat TV

1. [optional] Clean your face, if necessary. Because I have really good skin, I only need to use a toner. But you might need more. Just evaluate what your skin is like (if it’s dry, greasy, or a combination) and if you have acne.

2. [optional] Take a face primer (recommended product: MAC’s Prep + Prime Skin $29) and apply on your face. I like MAC’s Prep + Prime because you need to pump very little to get good results and it makes your skin feel better.

3. Take a foundation (for liquid, recommended product: Bobbi Brown’s Skin Foundation SPF 15 $46; for powder, recommended product: MAC’s Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation $27) and apply evenly on your face. Blending I just can’t stress enough. There are different methods for applying liquid foundation. Some use their hands, some use a sponge (not the kind of sponges you use to wash your dishes!), etc. You just need to find something that works for you. As for me, I squirt just a little bit on my hand and use a MAC sponge to apply. A MAC sponge’s price varies. The one I use, MAC’s All Blending Sponge, is $8.

4. [optional] Take a loose (or compact) powder and apply evenly on your face (recommended product: Revlon’s Photoready Translucent Finisher $12.99). Blending is not always necessary, but it’s a good idea.

5. Take a pink blush (recommended product: MAC’s Pink Swoon $20) and apply on the apples of your cheeks. Blend evenly. If you have pale skin like Georgie, it is recommended you apply two-three coats. I usually do 3-5 swipes per coat. I cannot stress enough…BLEND EVENLY!

6. [optional] Take an eyeshadow primer (recommended product: Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow Primer Potion $20) and apply on your eyes. Apply and blend evenly, if necessary.

7. Take a matte (non-shimmery, non-glittery) eyeshadow that is slightly darker than your skin tone and apply on your eyelid going up to a little bit below your eyebrows. Also go slightly outward from your eyes.

8. Take a black pencil eyeliner and apply somewhat thinly along your lash line (recommended product: MAC’s Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Engraved $15). Also take a flesh colored or otherwise pale eyeliner and apply along your waterline.

9. Take a black pencil eyeliner and apply somewhat thinly along your lash line (recommended product: MAC’s Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Engraved $15). Also take a flesh colored or otherwise pale eyeliner and apply along your waterline.

10. [optional] Take a lash primer (try Tarte’s) and apply on your upper lashes. Give that 30 seconds to a minute to dry. DO NOT CLUMP.

11. Take a black mascara and apply thin coats on your upper lashes.

12. [optional] Take a lip primer (try MAC’s Prep + Prime Lip $16) and apply on your lips.

13. Take a rose pink (preferably matte- again, matte means no shine, shimmer, or glitter) and apply on your lips (recommended product: Chanel’s Rouge Coco Hydrating Creme Lip Colour in 118 Magnolia $32)

14. [optional] Take a piece of tissue or toilet paper and press your lips against that for just a second to remove excess lipstick.
You’re done!

Faye Thomas photoshoot

1. Apply a face primer, if you’d like. Apply a foundation that is close to your skin tone evenly on your face and neck. Blend, if necessary. Dust a translucent or shaded powder over your foundation.

2. Take a light pink blush and apply on the apples of your cheeks. Blend evenly.

3. Apply an eyeshadow primer, if you’d like. Take a light brown or flesh-colored eyeshadow and apply on your eyelid up to below your eyebrow. Blend, if necessary.

4. Apply a lash primer, if you’d like. Then apply a few thin coats on your upper lashes.

5. Apply a lip primer, if you’d like. Then apply a pale pink lipstick, one that’s almost nude, and apply on your lips.
You’re done!

Jameson Empire Movie Awards

1. [optional] Clean your face, if necessary. Because I have really good skin, I only need to use a toner. But you might need more. Just evaluate what your skin is like (if it’s dry, greasy, or a combination) and if you have acne.

2. [optional] Take a face primer (recommended product: MAC’s Prep + Prime Skin $29) and apply on your face. I like MAC’s Prep + Prime because you need to pump very little to get good results and it makes your skin feel better.

3. Take a foundation (for liquid, recommended product: Bobbi Brown’s Skin Foundation SPF 15 $46; for powder, recommended product: MAC’s Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation $27) and apply evenly on your face. Blending I just can’t stress enough. There are different methods for applying liquid foundation. Some use their hands, some use a sponge (not the kind of sponges you use to wash your dishes!), etc. You just need to find something that works for you. As for me, I squirt just a little bit on my hand and use a MAC sponge to apply. A MAC sponge’s price varies. The one I use, MAC’s All Blending Sponge, is $8.

4. [optional] Take a loose (or compact) powder and apply evenly on your face (recommended product: Revlon’s Photoready Translucent Finisher $12.99). Blending is not always necessary, but it’s a good idea.

5. Take a pink blush (recommended product: MAC’s Pink Swoon $20) and apply on the apples of your cheeks. Blend evenly. If you have pale skin like Georgie, it is recommended you apply two-three coats. I usually do 3-5 swipes per coat. I cannot stress enough…BLEND EVENLY!

6. [optional] Take an eyeshadow primer (recommended product: Urban Decay’s Eyeshadow Primer Potion $20) and apply on your eyes. Apply and blend evenly, if necessary.

7. Take a matte (non-shimmery, non-glittery) eyeshadow and apply on your eyelid going up to a little bit below your eyebrows (recommended product: Lancome’s Color Design Sensational Effects Eye Shadow Smooth Hold in Positive $18)

8. Take a black pencil eyeliner and apply thinly along your lash line (recommended product: MAC’s Powerpoint Eye Pencil in Engraved $15).

9. [optional] Take a lash primer (try Tarte’s) and apply on your upper lashes. Give that 30 seconds to a minute to dry. DO NOT CLUMP.

10. Take a black mascara and apply thin coats on your lashes.

11. [optional] Take a lip primer (try MAC’s Prep + Prime Lip $16) and apply on your lips.

12. Take a rose pink (preferably matte- again, matte means no shine, shimmer, or glitter) and apply on your lips (recommended product [has a slight shimmer to it]: Chanel’s Rouge Coco Hydrating Creme Lip Colour in 118 Magnolia $32)

13. Take a piece of tissue or toilet paper and press your lips against that for just a second to remove excess lipstick.
You’re done!

“Legally Blonde: The Musical” Press Night

1. Make sure your face is clean before applying any makeup products (foundation, blush, etc.). If your face is not clean, it is recommended that you take the time to clean it before doing anything.

2. Once your face is cleaned up, if you’d like, take a face primer and apply on your face. Then, take a foundation that matches your skin tone and apply evenly on the face and neck. It’s recommended that you blend. Then, if you’d like, use a concealer to hide any blemishes.

3. Take a loose or compact powder and dust over your foundation. Then, take a pink or pinkish blush and apply on the apples of your cheeks outward to where your sideburns are. Blend evenly and apply as many layers as it takes for it to show.

4. If you’d like, prep your eyes for eyeshadow with an eyelid primer. Then, take a matte (that means no shine, no glitter) eyeshadow that is as close to your skin tone as possible and apply on your eyelid up to your inner eyelid. Then, take a slightly (and I mean slightly!) darker eyeshadow and apply in the same fashion. Blending the eyeshadows is recommended.

5. Take a black pencil eyeliner and thinly apply along your lash line. Then take a black mascara and apply a few thin coats along your upper and lower lashes. Make sure not to smudge or clump!

6. Take a pink lipstick or tinted lipbalm and apply on your lips. If you used lipstick, take a piece of tissue or toilet paper and press your lips against that for a second to remove excess lipstick.
You’re done!

Prince Caspian London premiere

1. Make sure your face is clean before applying any makeup.

2. Apply a foundation that matches your skin tone, and blend evenly. Then take a powder that either matches your skin tone or is translucent and apply it over your foundation.

3. Take a pink blush and apply somewhat heavily on your cheeks. Apply once or twice, or maybe even more, depending on your skin tone and how much you’ve applied.

4. Take a flesh colored eyeshadow and apply on your eyelid up to below your eyebrows. Then take a slightly darker brownish eyeshadow and apply on your crease. Blend, if necessary.

5. Take a black pencil eyeliner and as thinly as possible apply along your lash line. Then take a light brown or flesh-colored eyeliner and and apply thinly along your waterline.

6. Take a black mascara and apply long, thin coats on your upper lashes. Be sure not to clump or smudge.

7. Take a light berry pink lipstick and apply on your lips. Then take a piece of tissue or toilet paper and press your lips against that for just a second. This should remove excess lipstick.
You’re done!

Session #008

1. Make sure your face is clean before applying any makeup.

2. If you’d like, apply a face primer. Then, apply a foundation that matches your skin tone and apply on your face and neck. Be sure to blend evenly. Take a compact or loose powder and dust over your foundation.

3. Georgie is wearing a blush that is similar to her skin tone. To find out what your natural blush color would be, ball your hands into tight fists and then quickly release. Whatever shade the tip of your fingers are is what your natural blush colors should look like (for example, mine is a peachy pink). Apply a blush that looks natural on you on the apples of your cheeks outward to where your sideburns are. Blend evenly. Apply only as many layers as it takes for it to show.

4. If you’d like, apply an eyeshadow primer. Take an eyeshadow that matches your skin tone, or at least is close (the less shimmery/glittery, the better) and apply on your eyelid. You don’t have to apply any farther; that is optional. Then, take a black pencil eyeliner and as thinly as you can apply along your lash line. Apply a cream or liquid eyeliner over this if you’d like. Now, it does not look like Georgie is wearing black eyeliner along her waterline, if anything at all. The next part is optional. If you really want to make your eyes pop, thinly apply a white eyeliner along your waterline. Georgie might or might not have done this; it’s hard to see.

5. If you’d like, apply a lash primer. Then, take a black mascara and apply a few thin coats on your upper lashes. You may also apply a few coats of mascara on your lower lashes as well.

6. If you’d like, apply a lip primer. Then, take a lipstick that is as close to your natural lip color as possible (for example, mine is very similar to Chanel’s 117 Magnolia lipstick) and apply on your lips. Then press your lips against a piece of tissue or toilet paper for just a second. This will remove excess lipstick. Then take a clear or complementary lipgloss and apply on your lower lip.
You’re done!

Session #012

All you have to for this look is…nothing! Georgie didn’t wear make-up for this photo (amazing isn’t it?), because the photographer grabbed her before she went into makeup. If you have some impurities on your skin, cover them with concealer, but leave it at that. No foundation, no lip gloss, no mascara, just leave it natural.

Smithsonian’s National Zoo Special Lion Cub Naming Ceremony

1. Apply a light coat of foundation to your skin in a matching tone.

2. Line your upper eyelids with a brown pencil eyeliner.

3. Curl your upper eyelashes with two coats of mascara.

4. Finish the look by applying lip balm on your lips.

The Voyage of the Dawn Treader Tokyo Premiere

1. Make sure your face is clean before doing anything.

2. [optional] Apply a face primer on your face. Then, apply a foundation that is either transparent or matches your skin tone and apply evenly on your face and neck. Then, take a pink blush and apply on the apples of your cheeks.

3. Take a somewhat shimmery eyeshadow one to two shades darker than your natural skin tone and apply on your eyelids. Then take a non-shimmery, non-glittery (matte) eyeshadow that matches your skin tone and apply up to below your eyebrows.

4. Take a black pencil eyeliner and apply as thinly as possible along your lash line. Then take a black mascara and apply somewhat thick coats (but no clumps!) on your upper lashes.

5. Then, take a salmon pink lipstick and apply on your lips.
You’re done!

UK Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards 2008

1. Apply a light coat of foundation to your skin in a matching tone.

2. Take a light brown eyeschadow and draw a thick line from the outer corner of your eye.

3. Curl your eyelashes with two coats of mascara.

4. Brush a pink blush on the apples of your cheeks.

5. Finish the look with shiny clear lip gloss.

“Voyage Of The Dawn Treader” London Press Conference

1. Make sure your face is clean before applying any makeup products (foundation, blush, etc.). If your face is not clean, it is recommended that you take the time to clean it before doing anything.

2. Once your face is cleaned up, if you’d like, take a face primer and apply on your face. Then, take a foundation that matches your skin tone and apply evenly on the face and neck. It’s recommended that you blend. Then, if you’d like, use a concealer to hide any blemishes.

3. Take a loose or compact powder and dust over your foundation. Then, take a blush that is most like your natural blush color (for example, mine would be a peachy-pink blush) and apply on the apples of your cheeks outward to where your sideburns are. Blend evenly and apply as many layers as it takes for it to show.

4. If you’d like, prep your eyes for eyeshadow with an eyelid primer. Then, take a matte (that means no shine, no glitter) eyeshadow that is as close to your skin tone as possible and apply on your eyelid up to your inner eyelid. Then, take a slightly (and I mean slightly!) darker eyeshadow and apply in the same fashion. Blending the eyeshadows is recommended.

5. Take a black pencil eyeliner and as thinly as possible apply along the lash line. It needs to be so thin that it’s almost not visible. Then take a black mascara and apply a few thin coats along your upper and lower lashes. Make sure not to smudge or clump!

6. Take a peachy-pink lipstick or tinted lipbalm and apply on your lips. If you used lipstick, take a piece of tissue or toilet paper and press your lips against that for a second to remove excess lipstick. Then take a complementary shade of (or clear) lipgloss and apply on your upper and lower lip.
You’re done!



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