With a palette of peaches and green, makeup artist Pati Dubroff gave actress Dakota Johnson a red-carpet look with a hint of the early 70s for the Black Mass premiere at TIFF 2015. The retro nod slso spins on a lush fringe of lashes, top and bottom, a carry-over trend from the late 60s.
dakota johnson's 70s-inspired tiff 2015 makeup
On Dakota's eyes, Dubroff added depth in the outer corner of the crease with a little grey eyeshadow. With a small damp brush, she used a moss green shadow from Les 4 Ombre 253 Tisse d'Automne ($68 at thebay.com and $61 at chanel.com) to give her lashlines soft definition. She swept lids with eggshell and peach shadow, and intensified the peach glow with Chanel Illusion d'Ombre in Rouge Gorge ($41 at thebay.com and $36 at chanel.com) in the centre. After that she applied several coats of Chanel Le Volume de Chanel in Black ($38at thebay.com and $32 at nordstrom.com) on Dakota's upper and lower lashes.
For a pretty peach flush, Dubroff chose Chanel Les Beiges Healthy Glow Sheer Colour Stick 22 ($51 at thebay.com and $45 at chanel.com) and extended it high up on the cheekbones. To give the skin a fresh finish, she misted Dakota's skin with Chanel Hydra Beauty Essence Mist ($82 at thebay.com and $90 at chanel.com).
To complete the look, Dubroff gave Dakota's lips a light coat of lip balm, and topped it with Chanel Aqua Crayon Lip Colour Stick in Pink Melody (part of the upcoming holiday 2015 collection), which picks up the peach tones in the blush and eyeshadow too.
Sweet look, right? Would you try this?
Photography: George Pimentel