Oscars Red Carpet Watch: Amy Adams

amy-adams-oscars

CoverGirl celebrity makeup artist Molly R. Stern created the look for Amy Adams tonight at the Academy Awards. Molly wanted Amy to have a saturated yet not overdone look that wouldn’t compete with her gorgeous dress and jewelry.

“First of all I have to say I was the most excited I have ever been this morning. I couldn’t sleep a wink,” says Molly. “I was dreaming about Amy’s makeup.”

To create Amy’s makeup, Molly gives us the step-by-step how-to:

I started by prepping the face with Jurlique citrus spray to give the face a healthy lift then I gave Amy a light facial massage with La Mer moisturizing lotion.

Next I based her face with YSL perfect touch #2. Then l blushed her cheeks with Chantecaille Aqua Blush in Frivolous as a peachy base with Chantecaille Sesame peach eyeshadow over top. Her eyes are based with NARS cream eyeshadow in Maracaibo. Over that I blended Shu Uemura shadow in gray 960 mixed with shu uemura shadow in purple 700 all over the lid up into the crease. With a flat shadow brush I added a touch of NARS shadow in Ondine on the inside corner of her lid to give the eye a little gold hint. I lined the top and underneath of her eye with Trish McEvoy’s Arabian nights definer. To soften the line underneath I added a soft smudge of Suqqu lavender shadow in #27. On her lashes I put 1 soft coat of CoverGirl Exact Eyelights Mascara in Black Ruby.

On her lip I based her lip with La Mer lipbalm then applied a thin coat of Outlast Lipstain by CoverGirl in Plum Pout. Then a sheer layer of Shu Uemura wine lip color in 265 with a dot of CoverGirl Wetslicks AmazeMint in Plum Crazy at the center of her lip for a little extra pout. That’s also what she took in her bag for touch ups.

photo: wire image

Posted in Makeup Bag

Tagged: , ,

Comments

  • amazing how the jewelery matches her eyes and how the whole dress, the make-up and everythuing else finalises in such a great composition

    2.22.09

Leave a Reply