Emma Stone, one of my favorite Hollywood celebrities, was radiant at the recent premiere of The Amazing Spider Man.  We’ve got the 411 on how to get her hair and makeup look.  Read on for more…

Emma’s makeup was by CHANEL Celebrity Makeup Artist Rachel Goodwin, who’s goal was to have her makeup look effortless and elegant. She wanted it to look as if Emma may have done it herself, only a bit more refined. The colors focused mainly on black and white, with just a hint of pink on the lips and cheeks.

Rachel used the following products on Emma Stone:

  • Face:  Blanc de Chanel Sheer Illuminating Base
  • Foundation:  REVLON PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Vanilla
  • Blush:  REVLON Cream Blush in Berry Flirtatious on the cheeks and CHANEL Exclusive Creation Lumiere D’Artifices Beiges Illuminating Powder with Shimmer as a highlighter.
  • Brows:  CHANEL Sculpting Eye Brow Pencil in Brun Natural
  • Eyes:  Rachel explained that “I created contrast by blending CHANEL Illusion D’Ombre Long Wear Eye Shadow in Fantasme, a shimmering white creme shadow across her entire lid, then adding black liquid liner, lots of individual lashes and black mascara.”
  • Eyeliner:  REVLON  ColorStay Creme Gel Eye Liner in Black
  • Mascara:  REVLON Grow Luscious Mascara
  • Lips:  REVLON Colorburst Lipgloss in Crystal Violet
  • Nails:  CHANEL Le Vernis in Beige

Hair was by stylist Mara Roszak for Moroccanoil®, who created a loose, textured, twisted bun, which was the perfect complement to Emma’s beautiful white Chanel dress.

How the Look Was Created:

 “I started by applying Moroccanoil Treatment Light to Emma’s damp hair, starting first on the ends and working my way up. In addition to protecting the hair, it added a natural-looking shine, while eliminating any frizz.

 “I made a deep side part before blow drying with a Moroccanoil XL-Pro Paddle Brush. And although I typically use a round brush, I didn’t want to completely eliminate the texture in the hair this time. I wanted Emma’s hair to have movement and body, and not look super sleek.  It was more important to dry the hair and take away frizz – leaving a nice natural texture.

 “After the hair was dry, I sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium to give her strands a little bit of texture and grip, for extra hold when I put her hair up. I then pulled Emma’s hair low to the nape of her neck and twisted it into a little knot, tucked the ends under, and crossed two bobby pins to hold it. I wanted the tight, knotted bun to look simple: not too perfect or overdone. Finally, I loosely pulled back Emma’s long bangs to the side and pinned them back to blend them into her hair and leave a nice soft shape on the sides of her face.”

 “When the style was pinned and secure, I sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Strong onto my fingertips and roughed up the hairstyle a bit with my fingers. I randomly and loosely pulled at the hair at the top of the head to give it a bit of extra body and free up the texture.

 “I then sprayed the entire style again with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairspray Medium and finished with a light misting of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray.  I then added a Cartier diamond brooch to the side and back of the knot.

Full-on gorgeous, wouldn’t you agree?

 

Photo credits:
Emma Stone at "The Amazing Spider-Man" Los Angeles Premiere
Photographer Credit: Eric Charbonneau @ WireImage
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