Ashley Greene looked SO STUNNING at the premiere on November 14th of Breaking Dawn, I’m tempted to recreate the entire situation for every one of my upcoming holiday parties. Her red Donna Karen gown was epic, so the canvas was gorgeous to begin with. I also scored the inside scoop on how makeup artist Vanessa Scali created her sultry look and how my mane man, hairstylist Ted Gibson styled her hair with some flowing waves. Read on for the full scoop.
“Ashley has beautiful skin, so we kept it clean and dewy,” says Scali. “I used a bit of a mark Glowdacious Illuminating Powder on the cheek bones and then added a bit of shimmery pinky, peach blush to add a warm flush to the cheeks. For the eyes I used Get Bright Hook Up Highlighter all over the lid. Then I smudged Gioia at the lash line blending up toward the crease, outward at the corners and under the lower lashes. I set the look with powder (t-zone only), added a little black liner at the lash line for depth, and of course, heaps of mascara.”
Scali went for an old-school glam pout with a modern twist. “The lips were a combination of Cha Cha and Hot Stuff. The results: a bright coral that brings light to the face, automatically giving it a fresh and vibrant look.”
And for the piece de resistance, Ted Gibson’s vision was all about a young and sassy gal, which he gave the world via soft feminine waves. Said Ted, “I wanted to give Ashely a sultry feeling by creating waves that are shiny and moveable,” he states. “I started off with wet hair, spraying Ted Gibson built it blow drying agent at the root and using hair sheets on the ends. I then used a flat brush to smooth out the ends and decrease volume. After blow drying, I curled her hair with a small barrel curling iron starting from the center part and then brushed it to perfection. As a finishing touch, I used Ted Gibson tame it shine lotion to add even more shine and Ted Gibson beautiful hold hairspray to hold it in place.”
What do you think of Ashley Greene’s hairstyle and makeup at the Breaking Dawn premiere? And are you ALSO seeing it at midnight on Friday?