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Anyone who loves makeup is excited about Friday’s opening of Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland.” Lancôme ambassador Anne Hathaway portrays the White Queen, a role she was perfect for given her porcelain complexion.
Anne Hathaway’s gorgeous skin was the focal point of her look at the London premiere of the film last week (as you can see in the picture below). Makeup artist Kate Lee did the honors and also focused on Anne’s radiant eyes and smile. The dress, in case you’re wondering, is by Vivienne Westwood.
GET THE LOOK: January Jones was wearing CHANEL Beauté at the 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards. January’s makeup look was created by Makeup Artist Rachel Goodwin.
Beauty Inspiration & The Look: “January’s Golden Globes makeup was all about taking a fresh approach to the classic red lip.”
Beauty Tip: “I used Le Blanc de CHANEL under her base to create luminous ‘glowing from the inside’ porcelain skin, then treated her lips with CHANEL Hydramax + Active Lip Treatment before applying CHANEL Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Paris – a gorgeous garnet red from a new lipstick line launching in March. I painted the finest black line on her upper lid with CHANEL Automatic Liquid Eyeliner in Noir and shaded under her eyes with CHANEL Intense Eye Pencil in Graphite in the outer corners. I finished her look by layering lots of different false eyelashes then added Exceptionnel de CHANEL Noir Obscur Mascara over the top for an intense black lash line.”
The Office’s Jenna Fischer and her makeup artist Vanessa Scali designed a Golden Goddess look that was easy and sexy: Pale, gold skin and a smoky bronze eye. Here’s how to get the look:
SKIN: “I first applied spot foundation only where it was needed using shu uemura’s Nobara Cream Cover Stick Foundation. It gives clean, fresh, flawless coverage. I then used Lancôme’s Effecernes in Light Bisque and Blush Subtil in Sheer Amourose. I highlighted her cheek and brow bones with Armani’s Fluid Sheer #2. In the T-zone only, I used shu uemura’s Face Powder in Colorless – matte formula.”