Ursula Andress 60’s Makeup Tutorial


Ursula Andress is a classic beauty who is best known for her role as bond girl Honey Ryder in the James Bond film, “Dr. No.” Not only was she a famous actress, but she was also a model and a sex symbol in the 1960s. Ursula was known for both her beauty and her ability to “play it cool.” So, we thought it would be a great idea to recreate Ursula’s 60’s look on our model Holley Wolfe.

How to Achieve This Look:

This look was created using all Charlotte Tilbury products.

Step 1: Apply Eye Cream

Apply Charlotte Tilbury Magic Eye Rescue Cream around the eyes to prep the skin.

Step 2: Apply Moisturizer

Apply Charlotte’s Magic Cream all over the face to treat and moisturize the skin.

Step 3: Apply Foundation

Apply Hollywood Flawless Filter in the shade #4 Medium.

Step 4: Apply Concealer

Apply the Retoucher #1 under the eyes and anywhere else you may need to brighten the skin.

Step 5: Apply Powder

For this, I used the Magic Powder #2.

Step 6: Brush the Eyebrows

Brush out the eyebrows to shape them.

Step 7: Prime the Eyes with a Light Colored Eyeshadow

For this look, I used the eyeshadow palette The Sophisticate. Place the lightest color (#1) all over the eyelid.

Step 8: Highlight the Eyelid

Use the Film Star Bronze and Glow to highlight the eyelids.

Step 9: Enhance the Crease with a Darker Color

Enhance the eyelids and crease with the color #2 in the same palette.

Step 10: Continue to Define the Crease a Bit More

Define the crease a bit more with color #4 in the same palette.

Step 11: Apply Top Eyeliner

Apply the eyeliner Rock ‘n’ Kohl in the color “Bedroom Black” on the top lids.

Step 12: Enhance the Crease One More Time

Make sure the crease is as defined as you’d like it to be.

Step 13: Connect the Crease Line to the Eyeliner Line

Using a very thin brush and your shade # 4 in the same eye palette, define the outer “V” to connect the eyeliner to the crease.

Step 14: Apply Bottom Eyeliner

Using the “Pop” color in the same eye palette, apply your bottom eyeliner.

Step 15: Apply 1 Coat of Mascara

Use Legendary Lashes Volume 2, and apply one coat.

Step 16: Fill in the Eyebrows

While the first coat of mascara is drying, fill in the eyebrows with an eyebrow pen.

Step 17: Apply Eyebrow Gel

Use the eyebrow gel “Linda“.

Step 18: Highlight the Brow Bone

Use the Film Star Bronze and Glow to highlight the brow bones.

Step 19: Add a Second Coat of Mascara

Add a second coat of the same mascara.

Step 20: Apply Lashes

Using the KATLash style Empress, I applied lashes to both eyes.

Step 21: Define the Bottom Lid with Liner

Define the bottom lid with the eyeliner Rock ‘n’ Kohl in the color “Barbarella”.

Step 22: Add Mascara to Bottom Lashes

Next, apply the same Legendary Lashes mascara to the bottom lashes.

Step 23: Apply Blush

Apply blush directly on the cheekbones. For this, I used the color “Climax”.

Step 24: Add Highlighter

I added highlighter just to the top of the cheekbones and the bridge of the nose. I used the highlighter in the same Film Star Bronze and Glow from before.

Step 25: Line the Lips

Line the lips using the Iconic Nude Stick.

Step 26: Apply Lipstick

Apply the lipstick color “Best Actress”.

Step 27: Fine Tune the Look with What You Feel is Necessary

Do any final touch-ups that you deem necessary.

The Final Look:

Model: Holley Wolfe / Makeup: Katarina Van Derham / Hair: Ricardo Ferrise


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Written by Katarina Van Derham
Katarina Van Derham has worked in Hollywood for over a decade, gaining experience in every aspect of media and show business. Knowing the science behind beauty has made her one of the most sought after beauty specialists in the entertainment industry. She is often a judge for model searches and beauty pageants around the world. With a philanthropic heart and passion for leading an ethical lifestyle, Katarina is quickly becoming one of the leading influencers in the vegan and cruelty-free community.