Get The Look: Emma Stone’s Hair And Makeup At The 2012 Met Ball

In an outcome that will shock exactly not one person, Emma Stone looks INCREDIBLE in Lanvin at the 2012 Met Gala. Read on for her makeup and hairstyle how-to, straight from her makeup artist and hairstylist.

MAKEUP 
Celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin created a playful yet edgy look to complement her stunning Lanvin gown. “I paired a classic eye shape with whimsical lashes and transparent red lips for an ultra feminine ballerina inspired look,” said Goodwin. “To accentuate her eyes, I lined her upper lids with a very fine line of Revlon black liquid liner, as well as two coats of Revlon Photo Ready 3D Volume mascara in black. I also added some individual lashes to the outer edges, giving her eyes a slightly retro feeling.”

Goodwin used the following products for Emma’s red carpet look:

Face
REVLON PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Vanilla, $13.99 (“I blended a bit of Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup for a natural look that allowed her freckles to come through,” said Goodwin.)
REVLON Cream Blush in Rosy Glow, $9.75

Eyes
REVLON Liquid Eyeliner in Black, $7.39
REVLON ColorStay 16H Eyeshadow Quad in Goddess, $7.49
REVLON Photo Ready 3D Volume Mascara in Black, $8.99
REVLON Brow Fantasy in Dark Blond, $7.50

Lips
REVLON ColorBurst Lip Butter in Cherry Tart, $7.49 (“I finished the look with Revlon ColorBurst Lip Butter in Cherry Tart on her mouth for a hydrated translucent easy to maintain red lip,” said Goodwin.)


HAIR
Stylist Mara Roszak created Emma’s updo hairstyle for the Met Gala. The inspiration: To complement her young and vivacious Lanvin gown, stylist Mara Roszak wanted Emma’s hair to emulate the same fun and effortless style. Describing the look as “doll-like,” Mara kept her look feminine yet playful with a flirtatious and modern, loose bun and side-swept bangs.

Step 1: Starting with damp hair, applied MATRIX Total Results Amplify Wonder Boost Root Lifter evenly throughout hair for all-over volume without weighting it down
Step 2: Blew-out hair with medium-sized bore bristle brush for a soft, natural finish
Step 3: Applied MATRIX Design Pulse Mega Dust to the roots for extra texture, volume and hold
Step 4: Gathered hair at the top of the head in a pony-tail. Secured with elastic, letting the front and side pieces around the hairline loosely fall out for a wispy, feminine look.
Step 5: With a soft brush or comb, gently teased the roots of the pony tail to add more volume
Step 6: Loosely pinned hair into an undone bun shape, crisscrossing bobby pins for extra hold
Step 7: Gently swooped bangs across forehead, securing them to the side with Lanvin hair accessory
Step 8: Sprayed MATRIX Total Results Amplify Hairspray all over for all-night hold
Step 9: Finished off the look with Biolage colorcarethérapie Shine Shake Spray for a high-gloss, chic finish

What do you think of Emma’s Met Gala look? Yay or nay?

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