I’ve said this before: Emma Stone is one of my favourite red-carpet stars. Movie stars, too — since the last time I mentioned Easy A in a post, I’ve seen the film several more times, and Crazy, Stupid, Love, too. (Ryan Gosling OMG — actually, Emma and Ryan pair up romantically again in the upcoming Gangster Squad; trailer here).
The red-carpet makeup details from Emma’s The Amazing Spiderman LA premiere just landed in my inbox; here they are, along with the how-to on her pretty hairstyle.
Once again, Chanel celebrity makeup pro Rachel Goodwin was Emma’s go-to. An “effortless and elegant” look, according to Goodwin, it played off Emma’s Chanel dress. A simple palette of white shimmery shadow, a flick of black liquid liner, and a kiss of pink on lips and cheeks, this makeup is definitely something you can do yourself. Goodwin characterizes it as “playful and easy… makeup she might have done herself, but a little more refined.”
On face Blanc de Chanel Sheer Illuminating Base; Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Vanilla; Chanel Lumiere D’Artifices Beiges Illuminating Powder with Shimmer; and Revlon Cream Blush in Berry Flirtatious.
On eyes Revlon ColorStay Creme Gel Eye Liner in Black; Chanel Illusion D’ombre in Fantasme; Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara; and Chanel Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil in Brun Natural.
On lips Revlon ColorBurst Lipgloss in Crystal Lilac, which Goodwin used here for this Emma Stone look.
Emma’s soft, low, twist was executed by stylist Mara Roszak for Morroccanoil.
Hair prep Roszak prepped damp hair with Moroccanoil Treatment Light to boost shine and minimize frizz, and used a large paddle brush to smooth during the blowdry. Once dry, she spritzed the hair with Moroccanoil Luminous Hairpsray Medium to make it easier to control while styling.
Style details Roszak created a deep side part, pulled the hair back to the nape of the neck, and twisted it into a low knot. She tucked the ends underneath and secured them with a couple of bobby pins. She then swept Emma’s bangs loosely to the side and popped in a couple more discreet bobby pins to keep them in place.
Finishing moves Roszak sprayed Moroccanoil Luminous Hairpspray Strong on her fingertips, then slid them into Emma’s hair at the crown to loosen the style. She finished the style with a final all-over spray for hold, plus a touch of Moroccanoil Glimmer Shine Spray for more sheen. A Cartier diamond brooch at the side of the twist added sparkle.
Would you try this hair and makeup for a fancy summer shindig?
Do you prefer Emma as a blonde (her natural hair colour) or as a redhead?
Also: Any suggestions for alternatives for that Cartier diamond brooch?