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Margot Robbie's Monochrome Orange Makeup Is So Easy To Recreate — Here's How

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Margot Robbie's glam team has been turning out some of the best beauty looks in the game this season. From the boho-inspired braids the Once Upon A Time In Hollywood actor sported to the Cannes Film Festival premiere of the forthcoming movie to the monochrome orange makeup Robbie debuted last week, there's no denying the 29-year-old has become a style and beauty force to be reckoned with. The best part about every hairstyle and makeup moment she's had during 2019 thus far? Aside from being utterly awe-striking, each is actually incredibly easy to recreate, even if you don't consider yourself a beauty pro.

Robbie fans, prepare yourselves: The actor is officially back on the event circuit to promote her forthcoming film, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, which will be released in theaters everywhere on July 26. The actor, who plays Sharon Tate in the highly-anticipated movie, seems to be taking some major cues from her on-screen role, churning out one '70s-inspired look after the other — and she's going to convince you to take a retro-leaning hair and makeup approach for your next outing, too.

The latest piece of beauty gold to hit your Instagram feed is courtesy of Robbie's personal account. On July 11, the actor shared a picture-perfect portrait of herself with her 15.9 million followers. The snap quickly racked up a cool 2.5 million likes, making it one of her most-loved photos ever — and with good reason. Robbie looks stunning with her sunset-inspired monochrome makeup look, courtesy of beauty pro Pati Dubroff.

One-toned makeup has been on the uprise as of late. First, Emma Roberts walked the 2019 Met Gala looking like a pink dream with her coordinating rose-hued eye lids, cheeks, and lips. And now, it's Robbie who's making a case for sticking to a single color — or sometimes even a single product — for your entire face. Talk about makeup made easy and convenient, right?

Although Dubroff didn't offer up any specifics about the products or steps she took to create Robbie's monochrome orange makeup, it's likely she turned to Chanel's topnotch lineup of shadows to achieve the sunset-hued look, applying the color from the actor's eyelids to her brow and then brushing the same shade onto her cheeks. The finishing touches included a burnt-orange pout and a swipe of a citrusy-orange polish on her nails.

So, make like Robbie and keep your beauty routine easy and time-friendly by shopping The Zoe Report's favorite multitasking makeup products that you can use on your eyes, cheeks, and lips, below.

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