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.
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:
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
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
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.)
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?