Whether you want to recreate Emma Stone’s sunkissed skin, Mila Kunis’s classic glamour, or Natalie Portman’s rosy glow, we have the inside scoop on exactly how each of their makeup artists created their looks. Click inside for details!
Mila’s makeup artist Tracey Levy wanted Mila to “look fresh and effortless with a touch of Audrey Hepburn.” For the face, Levy used Lancôme Teint Miracle Lit-From-Within Foundation and Lancôme Blush Subtil in Sheer Amourose. For the eyes, Levy used the Lancôme Color Design 5 Pan Palette (due out in February) in both Coral Crush and Teal Fury before finishing with a lick of Hypnose Drama Mascara in Excessive Black. For the lips, Levy used Lancôme L’Absolu Nu in Coral Ribbon, which is due out in March.
For the face, Natalie’s makeup artist Sarai Fiszel used Dior Hydra Life Sorbet Crème, DiorSkin Forever Extreme Wear Makeup #020 and DiorBlush in Rosebud. For the eyes, Fiszel used Dior 5-Color Eyeshadow in Soft Pink Design #018, Diorshow Lash Maximizer, Diorshow Iconic Mascara, and Dior Waterproof Crayon Eyeliner in Trinidad Black. For the lips, Fiszel used Rouge Dior Lipcolor in Star Fuchsia #766.
For the face, Emma’s makeup artist Mai Quynh used Mark Calm & Composed Moisturizer, Mark Face Xpert in Honey, followed by Mark Good Riddance Concealer in Light/Medium. Next, Quynh used Mark Powder Buff in Natural, dusted Mark Bronze Pro Powder in Pro Glow onto her cheeks, forehead, and chin, then Mark Good Glowing Blush in After Glo. For the eyes, Quynh used Mark Eyeshadow in Biscotti (on the inner lids) and Gioia (on the middle and outer lids from the lash lines to the creases), followed by Mark Eyeshadow in Java as en eyeliner and two coats of Mark Lash Plash Mascara in Black. For the lips, Quynh used Mark Lipclick Lipstick in Bare Hug.
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