Milla Jovovich’s Makeup: 28th Annual American Cancer Society DreamBall

Milla Jovovich looked luminous at the 28th annual American Cancer Society DreamBall in New York City last night. She rocked a snakeskin print Armani gown with Jacob the Jeweler accessories as she presented the award to Carol Hamilton, President of L’Oreal Luxe, for her outstanding contributions in the fight against cancer. The DreamBall is an annual event which benefits Look Good Feel Better, the only free, nationwide program dedicated to boosting cancer patients’ self-esteem and confidence through lessons on appearance-related side effects of the disease.
Makeup artist James Kaliardos did the makeup honors and he filled me in on how to get the look.  “The print on the Armani gown inspired the sheer layering of the colors on eyes and cheeks. The dress was constructed in layers and the image on the fabric came in and out of focus as Milla moved so I wanted her makeup to change tone as she turned and spoke to the crowd,” said James.  

SKIN
New: Maestro Eraser (under eyes and around the nose)
New: Maestro Complexion Perfector #4.5
Sheer Blush #10 (dusted on upper cheekbones)
Sheer Bronzer #1 (applied on temples and under cheekbones)

EYES

Smooth Silk Eye Pencil #12 (brown-black pencil was smudged on the upper eyelids, close to lashes)
Eyes to Kill Eyeshadow Quad in Bourdoir (darkest shade used around lower outer corner, medium shade on the entire lid and the highlighting shade on the inner corner of the eye and outer brow bone)
Eyes To Kill Mascara (several coats applied to top and bottom lashes)

LIPS

Gloss d’Armani Lip Gloss #103

What do you think of Milla Jovovich’s makeup at the DreamBall? Yay or nay?

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1 Comment Milla Jovovich’s Makeup: 28th Annual American Cancer Society DreamBall

  1. mamavalveeta03

    Um, YAY! She’s gorgeous. With or without makeup. Just take a gander at that bone structure. Can’t make a mistake. And I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone wear red lips as well.

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