Celebrity Get the Look: Angie Harmon

Actress Angie Harmon's latest visit to the Conan Show was a definite moment. The star stunned once the golden curtain peeled back to reveal the gorgeous brunette in the perfect LBD.

If you were like us, weren't you just dying to know how to get this celebrity look, not to mention the dress? Well we just got word that celebrity Makeup Artist Spencer Barnes used Merle Norman Cosmetics to create Angie Harmon's smoking hot look for the Conan Show.

Click through the slideshow to get all the details on each product so you can recreate this bombshell's beauty for yourself.

Barnes used Merle Norman's Aqua Balance Makeup in shade M54 to get Angie's complexion camera-ready. For $21, this weightless liquid foundation "tunes in" to skin's needs controlling oil where there's shine and moisturizing where it's dry for a long-wearing balanced look.

For Angie's eyes, Barnes then used Soft Touch Eye Pencil in shade Blackout. If you're craving smoldering eyes, this ultra creamy pencil has just the right touch. At $14, it's masterfully formulated for versatility, glides on smoothly and delivers long wearing bold color. 

Barnes used the brand's new Mascara Primer priced at $14, and new Wicked Lash Mascara for $16.  Use the mascara primer like an underwire for lashes. This base coat provides lift and support for longer, fuller lashes. Wicked Lashes features an extra-large brush with an innovative formula to produce wickedly pretty results. The brush is literally double the surface area of any standard brush, which evenly coats lashes with buildable coverage for maximum impact. Combined, these fabulously affordable makeup finds created one smoldering set of eyes on Harmon.

To complete Angie's look, Barnes finished by swiping a few coats of Merle's Lip Polish in shade Mademoiselle, for a perfect sweet pout that can be yours for $15.

And the "Rizzoli & Isles" actress certainly shed her tomboy image by donning a sleek and sexy Hervé Léger by Max Azria Pre-Fall 2013 studded-detail dress with a Rock-&-Roll-inspired edge. Hot, hot, hot!

Who knew this glamorous look was so simple to snag?

Are you loving Harmon's look enough to make it your own? Let us know in the comments below!

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