All Posts Tagged With: "2010 Met Ball"
Adir Abergel for Frederic Fekkai tamed the tresses of Elizabeth Banks. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: American Rock & Roll. A rough, peicey ponytail with undone texture and a bit of height.
How To Get The Look: Hair Tutorial
Abergel started out by using Fekkai Coiff Ironless Straightening Balm ($25) for frizz free texture. He then dried her hair with his hands. Once hair was completely dry, he drew a part down the middle.
NARS Cosmetics dominated the red carpet at tonight’s Metropolitan Museum Costume Institute Gala with makeup artists creating a variety of looks ranging from the subtly neutral to full-on drama. One thing’s for sure: the new NARS PRO-PRIME Face Prep and Eyeshadow Base were essential in combating rainy makeup meltdowns and ensuring long-lasting perfection. See below for a recap of the stars who were shining in NARS and the makeup artists who lit them.
Demi Moore at the 2010 MET Ball
Jo Strettell using NARS Cosmetics
· Products: PRO-PRIME Skin Smoothing Face Prep & Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base, Cadacques Multiple Tint, Angelique Pure Sheer SPF Lip Treatmen
Blake Lively at the 2010 MET Ball
NARS Makeup Artist Elaine Offers
· Products: PRO-PRIME Skin Smoothing Face Prep & Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base, Goddess Soft Touch Shadow Pencil, Beverly Hills Multiple Tint, Love Devotion Lipstick
Zoe Saldana at the 2010 MET Ball
NARS Makeup Artist Vera Steimberg
· Products: PRO-PRIME Smudge Proof Eyeshadow Base, Turks & Caicos Multiple Tint & Cadacques Multiple Tint (blended!), D. Gorgeous Eyeshadow, Aigle Noir Soft Touch Shadow Pencil, Orgasm Illuminator, Lara Pure Sheer SPF Lip Treatment
David Babaii for Living Proof Full styles Kate Hudson’s hair for the 2010 MET Costume Institute Gala. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: A day spent sun-bathing in San Tropez, elegant but a little flirty, not too coiffed to match her chic Stella McCarthy dress.
How to get the look: Hair Tutorial
First, David Babaii used Living Proof Full to give Kate Hudson’s fine, limp blonde hair a thicker feel. He rubbed the product between his fingers to activate the ingredients and applied from the product root to shaft. He rough dried the entire head to add additional volume.
Renato Campora for Frederic Fekkai tended to the tresses of Jessica Alba. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: 1940’s actress Dolores Del Rio, Romantic and modern.
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: Hair Tutorial
On wet hair, Campora applied Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Volume Styling Whip ($23) throughout the head and then formed a middle part. Using a flat brush, he blow-dried the hair until completely dry. With a 1 inch curling iron, he curled the entire head and pinned the curls up letting them dry for 5 minutes.
Renato Campora for Frederic Fekkai styled the locks of Kristen Stewart. The Hairstyle & Inspiration: The 1920’s Era, a young modern undone look.
How To Get The Look: Hair Tutorial
On wet hair, Campora applied Fekkai Coiff Extra Control Styling Gel ($23) throughout and then formed a side part. He dried the hair and used his fingers to create a wave. Next, piece by piece, he pinned the back of the hair with bobby pins creating waves in the backwhile keeping the sides and front smooth. To set the look, he sprayed Fekkai Coiff Sheer Hold Hairspray ($35).
Revlon’s Global Artistic Director Gucci Westman creates a sultry look for Claire Danes at the 2010 MET Ball. The Makeup Look: Gucci Westman creates a metallic grey, extended smokey eye for Claire Danes, giving her an edgy look at this year’s Met Ball.
How To Get The Look: Makeup Tutorial
1. Line the top and bottom lids with Revlon ColorStay Liquid Liner in Black to give it an ‘edgier’ look.
2. Apply Revlon ColorStay 12 Hour Eye Shadow in Sultry Smoke to lids for the smokey eye effect.
3. Perfect the look by rimming the inner, upper lids with Revlon Luxurious Color Eyeliner in Black.
This year at New York’s annual Costume Institute Gala, one of the most flawless faces seen on the red carpet was Revlon brand ambassador, Jessica Biel’s. To get her glamorous look, use the Revlon products below.
Get the Look with Revlon: Jessica Biel’s makeup at the 2010 MET Ball
Revlon PhotoReady Makeup-Vanilla: Revlon’s new PhotoReady line of makeup, powder and translucent finisher provides poreless, airbrushed skin in any light ($13.99)
Revlon Age Defying Spa Face Illuminator -Pink Light: Revlon’s Age Defying Spa Concealer instantly revitalizes and brightens your skin while protecting against fine lines. ($13.99)
Revlon Cream Blush – Rosy Glow: Revlon’s Cream Blush formula blends easily into skin, adding a sheer wash of color to your cheeks. ($9.75)
Eva Longoria stuns in a MARCHESA dress and carries a Marchesa clutch at the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s 2010 Costume Institute Ball May 3, 2010. Eva wears a silver embroidered platinum crepe column gown with flared cascade skirt and carries a crystal embroidered medium clutch with hand beveled quartz crystal clasp. Eva also wears Harry Winston Jewels.