In 2009, I compared Kate Winslet, then 34, to Evan Rachel Wood, then 22. And Kate Winslet won. Her red-carpet makeup choices made her look younger and fresher than a chippie 12 years her junior. Now just a couple of weeks from her 40th birthday, the celebrity ambassador for Lancôme looks just as youthful as she did then. And she's still making great red-carpet choices. Let's have look at what celebrity artist Jill Dempsey did with Kate Winslet's TIFF 2015 makeup, shall we?
kate winslet: tiff 2015 makeup
Makeup artist Jillian Dempsey concentrated on glowing skin and lush, sooty lashes for Kate Winslet's red-carpet makeup for The Dressmaker. No elaborate contouring, no painted-on brows, no theatrical false lashes. (Sure, there are probably false lashes in there, but they don't look crazy fake and plastic.) I wish we knew what foundation Jillian used – must not have been Lancôme or it would have been included in the information I received. And unfortunately, I haven't any real details on precisely what shades Jillian used from each of the palettes in the list.
And really, the overall result is so worth featuring, a welcome counterpoint to those over-the-top, painted-on-thick YouTube looks we see too much of these days. Here's the product rundown:
• the new Lancôme Auda[city] in Paris Palette ($68 at nordstrom.com)
• Sourcils Tint Longwear Eyebrow Pen in Chatain ($26 at lancome.com)
• Color Design 5 Pan Eyeshadow Palette in Golden Frenzy ($57 at thebay.com and $50 at nordstrom.com)
• Color Design Sensational Effects Eye Shadow Smooth Hold in It List ($23 at thebay.com and $20 at nordstrom.com) – this shadow is a deep, dark black; Jillian appears to have used it as liner along the base of Kate's upper lashlines to boost the dramatic intensity of the lashes
• Grandiôse Mascara in Noir ($35 at thebay.com and $25.60 at nordstrom.com) – this is one of my favourite mascaras, btw!
You've got thoughts on Kate Winslet's TIFF 2015 makeup, right? Let 'er loose in the comments below :-) xo