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14 Eve Beauty Looks

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 Lipgloss

Lipgloss

Eve

Eve's lips looked full and supple thanks to a clear lip gloss.

 Bright Lipstick

Bright Lipstick

Eve

Eve attended the 3rd Annual 'Essence' Black Women in Music event wearing a vibrant coral lipstick topped with glimmering gold gloss.

 Red Lipstick

Red Lipstick

Eve

Eve brightened up her look with a swipe of glossy red lipstick when she attended the Fontainebleau Miami Beach grand opening.

 Lipgloss

Lipgloss

Eve

Eve went almost barefaced at the Intermix opening, wearing only a swipe of lipgloss.

 Red Lipstick

Red Lipstick

Eve

Eve's intense red lips made her pout super supple and full.

 Lipgloss

Lipgloss

Eve

Eve accentuated her pouty lips with a swipe of lipgloss when she attended the Marchesa presentation.

 False Eyelashes

False Eyelashes

Eve

Eve must have distracted a lot of people at the 2008 Emery Awards with those super-long false eyelashes.

 Nude Lipstick

Nude Lipstick

Eve

Eve downplayed her pout with nude lipstick when she attended the 2007 Vanity Fair Oscar party.

 Nude Lipstick

Nude Lipstick

Eve

Eve downplayed her pout with nude lipstick at the Falguni & Shane Peacock fashion show.

 Red Lipstick

Red Lipstick

Eve

Eva amped up her bronzed look with glossy red lipstick.

 Bright Lipstick

Bright Lipstick

Eve

Eve wore a very prominent pout, thanks to that bright pink lipstick.

 Nude Lipstick

Nude Lipstick

Eve

Eve wore a creamy peachy-caramel shade of lipstick topped with sheer shiny gloss at the Leila Shams after party.

 Cat Eyes

Cat Eyes

Eve

Eve sported dramatic cat eyes at the premiere of 'Whip It.'

 Pink Lipstick

Pink Lipstick

Eve

Eve chose a subtle lip color when she attended the 2008 Hot Hollywood party.

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