Elizabeth Olsen loves her plum eyeshadow
In the Olsen family, all eyes are now turning toward the youngest sister, Elizabeth! Less mainstream than her sisters Mary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen, the young Elizabeth began her career with the role of Martha in the movie "Martha Marcy May Marlene", which was welcomed with open arms by film critics. After this breakthrough performance, the Indie darling then got serious, starring opposite Jane Fonda in "Peace, Love & Misunderstanding", before working with Robert De Niro in "Red Lights".
Recently, the star decided to go back to college in the film "Liberal Arts", a comedy-drama that portrays an unlikely romance between two Kenyon collegiate pals with a 10-year-plus age gap.
Elizabeth Olsen plays Zibby, a rather charismatic 19-year-old student who charms the pants off of Jesse, played by Josh Radnor. With such a juicy plot, we can't wait to check out the film when it comes out in London this week!
The perfect premiere look
For the London premiere of "Liberal Arts", Elizabeth Olsen opted for a simple but effective fashion-forward ensemble. The actress donned a black leather pencil skirt that hit below the knee, a black shirt and white blazer, completing the outfit with black and grey sandals.
The actress added some colour to liven up her outfit by applying a plum eyeshadow that contrasted with her green eyes. Topped off with a coat of black mascara, her eyes held spectators spellbound. She completed her look with a blemish-free foundation and a simple, nude gloss. For her hair, Elizabeth left her long brown locks loose on her shoulders, a style which highlighted blonde highlights. Minimal effort, high impact.
This girl knows a thing or two about getting the beauty balance just right. We can't wait for Elizabeth's next red-carpet outing.