Emmys 2014 Makeup: Julianna Margulies

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Molly Stern crafted this PERFECT look for the stunning Julianna Margulies, whose headband game simply cannot be stopped. Here, the beauty breakdown in Molly’s words.

“Julianna’s flawless skin was prepped with PREVAGE® Anti-aging Daily Serum followed by PREVAGE® Anti-aging Moisture Cream Broad Spectrum Sunscreen SPF 30.

I sparingly applied Flawless Finish Perfectly Nude Foundation in Alabaster. To contour and boost the definition of Julianna’s already exquisitely chiseled face, I applied Flawless Finish Sponge-On Cream Makeup in Cocoa to the hollows of her cheek blending upward. Then I applied Ceramide Cream Blush in Nectar just to the apples to add a subtle glow of warmth.

I dabbed on a touch of a platinum cream eye shadow and then pressed in a matte milk color shade of shadow so that the metallic shown through but very subtly. I heavily and sharply lined the outside of her lashline with Beautiful Color Precision Glide Eye Liner in Black Velvet. Then to softly diffuse the edges I dusted Elizabeth Arden Eye Shadow in Sparkling Sable on top of the black line. On her lower lashline I very tightly and softly lined with the black liner using a clean small brush, and finished with two coats of Beautiful Color Mascara to the upper and lower lashes.

To create a bright berry stain, I mixed two Elizabeth Arden Beautiful Color Moisturizing Lipsticks, Fig and Ultra Violet. I pressed the color pigment into the center of the top and bottom lip and then using my finger I filled in the rest of the lips only using what I had started with, not adding more color. This keeps the lips looking full and the lip line soft. As a finishing I added the glisten of Elizabeth Arden Luminous Lip Gloss in Glamourous Gold.”

What do you think of Julianna Marguiles’ makeup look at the Emmys?

1 Comment Emmys 2014 Makeup: Julianna Margulies

  1. Helena

    I was so disappointed to see her make-up tonight. Horrible blush!! She has the most beautiful alabaster skin and the blush ruined everything! It was all I could see in this otherwise stunning look. Too bad, what were you thinking. Brown-orange on porcelain skin tone….

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