Emma Stone's Killing the Makeup Game

 

Oscar winner. Super talented actress. Amazing singer. Seems like she might be a cool girl to shoot the shit with. Obv, we’re talking about Emma Stone. Lately, she has been promoting her recent projects such as Maniac, The Favourite, and a partnership with Louis Vuitton.

So much to do with so many red carpets. It’s no surprise that Emma recruited her go-to makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, to deliver some show stopping looks. Rachel is also the Director of Pro Artistry at NARS and seems to be another one we’d want to chill with.

These are some of those bomb looks.


Maniac premiere in london

Rachel used the newest mascara in the NARS family, Climax. The mascara wand is full of ribbed bristles which causes lashes to look feathered out while creating buildable volume. Rachel also used a classic staple for the look: Creamy Concealer.

 

Maniac premiere in NYC

There is nothing to love more than staring at Rachel’s eyeshadow palettes. This time, though, she used a different palette: one of NARS new lip palettes in Wild Thoughts. Seven Audacious lipsticks are pressed together in a compact carrier that includes the shades Claudia, Stefania, Janet, Vera, Dominique, Fanny, and Ingrid. All are also sold as individual tubes.

 

The Favourite Premiere at the venice film festival

In addition to the usual NARS products that Emma wears, this look was amplified by using Stila Glitter & Glow Eyeshadow in Diamond Dust. This is definitely a favorite product for that added layer of texture and glimmer. Give a few minutes between layers to let the glitter dry so that you get those disco ball eyes.

 

Presenting the LVMH Award in Paris

There really is nothing more classic than a red lip. Make it a glossy red lip and you have a modern twist on a classic look. Rachel created this chic lip using Full Vinyl Lip Lacquer in Red District. Trés chic.

 

2018 Met Gala in NYC

Okay okay let’s just say it together: guided goddess. Rachel used Velvet Shadow Stick in Siros as a base for this amazing eyeshadow look. She then added layers of pressed shadow from the NARSissist Wanted palette (sorry, it’s a limited edition!) to bring various dimensions of metallic into the look. Bonus: Emma was accompanying Nicolas Ghesquière, creative director of Louis Vuitton, wearing his creation. When a girl reps her brand she really reps it.

 

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