Celebrity Makeup Artist Kristofer Buckle used Dior Beauty products to create the look for Blake Lively( S from Gossip Girl) at the 2009 61st Emmy Awards.
How to get the look
Skin: DiorSkin Airflash Spray Foundation in #301, Dior Skinflash #3 around the eyes.
Lips: Dior Serum de Rouge Lipstick as a base with Dior Lip Polish in Radiance Expert on top.
Eyes: DiorShow Blackout Mascara, Dior 5-Colour Eyeshadow in Beige Messai#705
Cheeks: DiorBronze Original Tan in Amber Tan #03
This is what Kristofer Buckle says about the look
“I used a lot of warm, honey colors on her skin and lips to make her green eyes pop.
Then I topped off the look with tons of DiorShowBlackout Mascara, which transformed her upper and lower lashes into expressive frames. I used Dior Eye Show in Undressed Beige on Blake’s cheekbones and shoulders to create an ethereal glow,” said Buckle.
It’s technically an eyeshadow but it works basically anywhere you want to reflect the light!”
Hot to get the hairstyle:
Have you seen the new YSL Couture Palettes? (There is one in their summer collection, too) These are the new brand’s quints.
The shades are: 1 Tuxedo, 2 Fauves, 3 Afrique, 4 Saharienne, 5 Surrealiste, 6 Rive Gauche, 7 Parisienne (my favourite), 8 Avant Garde, 9 Baby Doll Nude, 10 Lumieres Majorelle, 11 Ballets Russes.
Everything about these palettes was inspired by the “Mondrian” dresses created by Mr. Saint Laurent. Here is how the brand describes this new release: “Eyes like a work of art: Art of colors, Art of combinations, A design as a piece of art.”
I love Emily Blunt and I think that she always looks gorgeous! And she looked stunning at the 62nd Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in a beautiful lavender dress from Dior’s 2010 Resort Collection.
Besides beautiful dress and makeup she always has a great hair style and I got some tips oh now to create it yourself.
Emily’s hair was done by her long-time stylist, London-born Laini Reeves, co-owner of the hot new Essensuals London Salon on Melrose Avenue in L.A. http://www.essensualslondon.com/
Laini Reeves, who also styled the hair for Emily Blunt’s recent wedding, created a fresh yet sophisticated look inspired by the iconic finger waves of the 20s. She used lightweight, instantly-absorbed argan oil-infused Moroccanoil products to style Emily’s shoulder length layered hair into a beautiful waved design that fell slightly below the jawline on the sides, and with shorter, pincurled accents at the nape of the neck.
How to get the look:
“We wanted to create a look that was very different from any that Emily had worn before. Once I saw the gown, I knew that a modern look based on the waved looks of the 20’s was the perfect compliment for the design.
- I first shampooed Emily’s hair with Moroccanoil Moisture Repair Shampoo to leave it soft, shiny and well conditioned for the intricacies of styling.
- After mixing a cocktail of Moroccanoil Intense Curl Cream and the original Moroccanoil Treatment, I worked the blend from the middle to the ends of the hair to control ends and flyaways and provide natural-looking, soft hold.
- Next, I made a low side-part on the
I get a lot of how-to celebrity tutorials and always post the best ones on Makeup4all Facebook page but this one is so cool, that I’ve decided to share it here, as well.
It is a great variant for a summer party with friends and family, paired with a pretty dress and bright (or neutral, as Kate’s) makeup look.
Kate Bosworth’s hairstyle was created by Bridget Brager, and she shares all her tips with us:
“Kate’s braided hairstyle was intricate and romantic to match the scenery at the Chateau Marmont and her gorgeous RED Valentino dress.”
Get The Look:
“I started by giving her hair a good douse of Phytovolume Actif Volumizing Spray (get it here for £17.50) roots to ends. To set in texture and add thickness, I blew her hair dry using my hands, really concentrating on lifting the hair away from the scalp and up off of her head, especially around the hairline.
Next, I created
I know that a lot of people are often inspired by the celebrity beauty looks which is not surprising, as they are working with the best professionals in the industry. I am lucky to be getting the updates on how to re-create a lot of looks directly from the make-up artists and hair dressers via the agency that represent them.
And you can actually