Emmys 2011 Hairstyle & Makeup: Sofia Vergara

Celebrity stylst Jen Atkin created a simple Old Hollywood look for bombshell Sofia Vergara at the 63rd Annual Emmy Awards. Atkin created a simple and clean, yet classic look. The look was almost “Barbie-like,” said Atkin, “I wanted the hair to reflect the elegance of her dress.”

How to get the hair and makeup looks:

Apply a light volume mousse to wet hair, starting two inches from the roots, to give the hair volume and body. Apply KeSARI Indian Oil Hair Serum two inches from the bottom of the hair and down, to keep hair shiny and healthy on the ends. Blow the hair dry using a medium sized round brush. Apply 1 ½ inch rollers to the top portion of the hair, using 1 inch rollers from the crown of the head to the nape of the neck. Using low heat, lightly blow dry the hair while the rollers are in to set the curls. Leave the rollers in for 10-to 15 minutes. To create the final shape of the look, spray hairspray onto a brush and brush through the hair, creating a slight side part. Finish the look by applying a dime size drop of KeSARI Indian Oil Hair Serum to the palms of hands and run through the hair, adding a final shine.

Indian Oil Hair Serum with Triphala Radiance™ Silk Complex ($31.50) is available at KeSARIBeauty.com.

Sofia Vergara’s makeup look was created by makeup artist Kayleen McAdams. Here’s how to get the look, in Kayleen’s words:

I started with a concealer (COVERGIRL Invisible Concealer in Honey) under her eyes and then wherever she needed a little extra coverage.  I then used COVERGIRL Simply Ageless Foundation in Soft Honey (#255) and set that with COVERGIRL’s Clean Pressed Powder in Warm Beige (#145)
COVERGIRL Liquiline Eyeliner in Black Fire along the top and bottom lash line
COVERGIRL Queen Collection 1-Kit Eyeshadow in Black Tie along the top and bottom lash line to set the eyeliner

What did you think of Sofia Vergara’s look?

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