All Posts Tagged With: "Emmy Awards"
Talking Makeup and Marta Walsh has the inside scoop on what makeup some celebrities are going to wear on the red carpet at the 2010 Emmy Awards! Looks like NARS will be working with makeup artists to create looks for celebrities this weekend at the 62nd annual Emmy Awards!
Melissa Inglessis for NARS Cosmetics will design the look for nominee Lea Michele (Outstanding Lead Actress in a Comedy for her role in Glee)
Outstanding Actress in a Drama Series nominee Holly Hunter is noted for her formidable mane, and her Emmy’s look was no exception as her dramatic locks once again turned heads. Movie-star beautiful and naturally elegant, her waved hair was silky smooth and shiny, and absolutely eye-catching. Star stylist Enzo Angileri who created the look, was inspired by the glamorous metallic sheen of her gown. He created a rich texture emphasized by intense waves, smoothness, and shine.
“I wanted her to look glamorous and goddess-like,” said Angileri, “and the hair had to look luminous.”
“Holly’s hair and color is beautiful,” said Angileri, “and I wanted to bring out its deep gold and honey tones for the cameras. Shine was everything in this look since these amazing highlights wouldn’t be at all visible in hair that was not shiny enough to reflect the light — especially on camera and in photos.
At this year’s Emmy Awards, Vanessa Williams went for all-out glamour. She chose a dress with lots of color and her hair was down, long and loose, for the first time in three years. To balance out the look, legendary makeup artist Sam Fine focused on a flawless skin with a pop of color in the cheeks and lips.
“It all starts with great skin,” says Fine. “It’s a long night, with long hours and we don’t get to go with them. Foundation and powder are so important.”
To get Vanessa’s great face, Sam started with cream foundation. “Cream foundation will last throughout the night,” states Sam. Next, he used bronzer to contour the face, drawing attention to each feature.
Vanessa’s dress made Fine to do a little shopping. “Because Vanessa’s dress choice was such a strong color, this forced me to re-address the neutrals I had in my kit,” admits Fine. “I wanted to go for a little more color in the cheek, as well as the lip, so I needed to find the perfect coral-pink shade, because true pink can be hard to wear.”
Mark Townsend, Matrix’s celebrity stylist, helped “Mad Men” star January Jones get glam for the 2009 Emmy Awards on Sunday, September 20, 2009. According to Townsend, “working with January for any event is always going to be fun and inspiring.”
Mark was blown away with the detail and craftsmanship that went into making January’s stunning Versace gown. “While getting January ready, we had the dress hanging close by so I could see it while doing January’s hair, and that proved to be the inspiration for her overall look,” says Townsend, who loved all the lines and cut-outs of the dress, and wanted the hair to have the same feeling.
At last night’s Emmy Awards, the stars were out in full force flaunting their eye-catching styles on the red carpet. Today, Harry Josh, John Frieda International Creative Consultant, shares his styling secrets with easy-to-use tips and tricks to achieve Rose Byrne’s award night look.
Last week, Harry gave Rose this ultra-chic collar bone-length cut to accentuate her bone structure and play up her youth. “Since her dress was so elegant, I wanted to create a simple and chic look for Rose,” said Harry. “I knew that leaving her hair down to showcase her new cut would do just that.”
Since it was such a hot day in Los Angeles yesterday, Harry began by applying John Frieda Frizz-Ease Original Formula Hair Serum to Rose’s soaking wet hair to ensure her style remained frizz-free and polished throughout the night.
EXPERT TIP: “By infusing soaking wet hair with a dime-size portion of Frizz-Ease Serum, you can block frizz that is caused by humidity and fend off flyaways before they start, paving the way for smooth, flawless style,” said Harry.
Elisabeth Moss looked stunning on the red carpet last night and as she took stage with her fellow cast members to receive the award for “Best Drama”, for “Mad Men”, the hit series in which she stars. Celebrity makeup artist, Lauren Kaye Cohen shares how she created Elisabeth’s ethereal look:
SKIN: To get Elisabeth’s radiant-looking, flawless skin, I began by using a combination of shu uemura’s Face Architect Smoothing Fluid Foundation and the new Nobara Cream Cover Stick Foundation (in areas that needed more coverage) both in shades 784. I applied both foundations with shu uemura’s Natural 18 Goat Brush. I then dabbed a bit of YSL Teint Parfait Complexion Enhancer in 02 Rose Pearl with my fingertips across the tops of her cheekbones. I finished with shu uemura’s Face Powder in Matte 5yr Light, applying it just to the center of the face with shu’s Natural Brush 27.
A big winner last night – Best Actress in a Comedy Toni Collette.
Toni Collette’s makeup artist Gita Bass also shares some her La Mer favorites that helped her get Toni looking red carpet ready. Her top picks? “Prepping for the Emmy’s we used La Mer’s The Body Lotion, The Lip Balm and La Mer’s new Radiant Concealer SPF 25.” A big win and a great beauty look had Toni glowing all evening.
Toni Collette’s image via instyle.com
If you loved Christina Hendricks’ look last night at the 2009 Emmy Awards, Talking Makeup is excited to share with you some tips on how to get Christina’s look at home.
Makeup artist Georgie Eisdell shares some of her La Mer must haves for the big night:
Prepping Christina Hendricks for the evening, her makeup artist Georgie Eisdell says, “The look we went for with Christina had a little 20’s influence. I wanted it to keep Christina’s makeup really fresh, clean and elegant. I prepared her skin with La Mer’s The Moisturizing Lotion – it’s perfect to hydrate the skin with being greasy and a perfect base for foundation. Next, I love La Mer’s Treatment Fluid Foundation SPF 15 for Christina. It is light on the skin but gives excellent coverage where needed.
Nominee, Heidi Klum, steps out for the 61st Annual Emmy Awards with hair by celebrity hairstylist, Michel Aleman for Frederic Fekkai & make-up by Linda Hay.
Jewels: Lorraine Schwartz
Hair: Michel Aleman for Frederic Fekkai
Michel created a Fifties inspired up-do with a modern interpretation – ultra feminine with a bit of volume. To get the look he crafted soft texture with slight waves pulled back to softly frame the face. A strong middle part was accented by a chignon positioned back of the head at ear level. Michel started off by applying Fekkai Coiff Bouffant Gel to create some texture and then blow-dried the hair. Once dry, he applied Fekkai Coiff Oceanique to create the soft waves. He created a middle part and two pony tails in the back of the head at ear level, making sure the hair in front is smooth but pulled back softly. He teased each ponytail to create the volume and then brought together into one dramatic chignon. Aleman finished off with the Fekkai Advanced Brilliant Glossing Sheer Shine Mist.
Red carpet beauty scoop: Get the look of Mary-Louise Parker at the 61st Annual Primetime Emmy Awards. Mary-Luise makeup look was created by Makeup Artist: Tina Turnbow for Maybelline New York.
Stepping onto the red carpet in a single strapped, deep purple Zac Posen dress – Mary-Louise Parker was ready to shine at the Emmy’s! Tina was inspired by the deep purple and indigo tones in Mary-Louise’s dress, and her gorgeous gunmetal grey accessories. To play up the colors in Mary-Louise’s dress, Tina brought out her best features with a dramatic yet classic smoky eye, blushing pink cheeks and nude lips.
Emmy nominee Mary-Louise Parker, nominated for Lead Actress in a Comedy Series for “Weeds” at the 61st Primetime Emmy Awards, Nokia Theatre, Los Angeles CA, September 20, 2009. Photo Credit: Jeff Vespa/WireImage.com
Face: Because Mary-Louise has beautiful porcelain skin, Tina kept her face looking pristine by applying Maybelline New York Dream Liquid Mousse in Classic Ivory – with touches of Maybelline New York Dream Mousse Concealer in Light under the eyes and to the tops of the cheeks to give a contoured look.