It’s only the first week of awards season, but Emma Stone has made it clear that she’s not here to play by anyone’s beauty rules for redheads. At Saturday’s BAFTA Tea Party, Stone wore bright orange eye shadow all around her top and bottom lids, proving once and for all that redheads don’t need to be afraid of orange. She’s raising the bar once again on the 2019 Golden Globes red carpet.
Stone, who’s up for best supporting actress for her role in The Favourite, dressed for the occasion in a peachy-pink, silver-beaded, empire waist, long-sleeve gown. The look is straight out of The Great Gatsby — a movie which, incidentally, she starred in. She managed to match her beauty look to the tones of her dress exactly. She’s in a creamy, peachy-pink eye shadow with enough shimmer to pick up the sparkle from her dress. Stone kept the rest of the beauty look simple, with peach-hued blush and a slightly pinkier lipstick. Anyone who ever claimed that redheads should stay away from shades in the pink/red family, we’ll direct you right here:
Longtime stylist Mara Roszak (who, very sweetly, has been honoring Stone’s past Golden Globes looks all weekend on Instagram), gave Stone’s hair a gentle Hollywood curl. Even the subtle sloping of her waves manage to complement the scalloped sequins on Stone’s dress — we see what you did there, Emma, and we love it.
Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin based Stone’s makeup for the evening around her “favorite queens of Hollywood’s golden age,” and concocted the entire look from Sisley Paris products. Goodwin shared her mood board, which harkens back to Stone’s La La Land days with motivation from Carol Lombard, peachy-pinks, and a whole lot of sequins.
“The look today was very peach-inspired,” Goodwin said in a statement. For that shimmering eye, she used Sisley Phyto-Khol Star Waterproof Liner to define the eye, then filled in the shadow with the browns and pinks of Sisley Phyto 4 Ombres Dream using the Pearl Beige shade from the crease to the upper brow bone. Stone’s long lashes are courtesy of So Curl Mascara, while the creamy peach blush is a mix of two shades of Phyto Blush Twists.
Stone’s rose-colored lip is a three-parter. Goodwin started with a bottom layer of Phyto-Levres Perfect Pencil, topped that with a matte nude Phyto-Lip Twist, and finished with “a touch” of Phyto-Lip Delight lip oil in Sweet.
Aside from her own nomination, Stone is presenting this year, so fans got twice as much chance to see this beauty look up close in HD. Still, something about her choice of simple, old Hollywood glam makes us think that Stone is here to take home a shining trophy. And guess what? It’ll match her dress.
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