Emma Stone: LA Spiderman Premiere 2012
“I saw her white dress with its deep magenta detailing and I knew I didn’t want it to be matchy-matchy,” Chanel celebrity makeup artist Rachel Goodwin tells Teen Vogue. “There’s definitely a time and a place for that, but this wasn’t it. I just decided there’s no way to go wrong when you go with an absence of color. Black and white goes with everything! It was really about the gentleness of the look—it wasn’t screaming black and white.”
Don’t be intimidated by the white shadow!
“Pale skin against the white of the shadow looked so chic. Embracing her fair skin is something she’s learning to do and it felt right with the white dress. I knew the white shadow would work because of the way we anchored it was with the thin black liner. It was timeless and classic! You can do this look on any skin tone, but stick with a really sheer white and not an opaque texture. I can be too intense if you went with a chalk white shadow.”
Goodwin prepped Emma’s face with Blanc de Chanel Sheer Illuminating Base and applied Revlon PhotoReady Airbrush Mousse Makeup in Vanilla. Chanel Lumiere D’Artifices Beiges Exclusive Creation Illuminating Powder with Shimmer set her foundation and Revlon Cream Blush in Berry Flirtatious gave Stone a cheery pink glow. For her eyes, she applied Chanel Illusion D’ombre in Fantasme all over the lids and lined her eyes with plenty of Revlon ColorStay Creme Gel Eye Liner in Black. Revlon Grow Luscious Mascara gave her lashes a jet black tint and Chanel Sculpting Eyebrow Pencil in Brun Natural helped to shape her brows. The finishing touch was a bit of gloss. Goodwin used Revlon ColorBurst Lipgloss in Crystal Lilac.
Full story at: TeenVogue.com