Red Carpet Fashion Awards

Premiere Of Dimension Films' "Sin City: A Dame To Kill For" - Red CarpetCelebrity hairstylist Davy Newkirk worked with Jessica Alba for the LA premiere of ‘Sin City: A Dame to Kill For’.

“Jessica’s gorgeous, form-fitting, electric-blue Zac Posen dress had a classic silhouette, so I thought that glamorous rocker hair would be a great contrast” said Davy.

Here’s how to get the look.

Davy began by prepping Jessica’s wet hair with Honest Conditioning Mist, then sprayed Alterna Bamboo Beach Summer Ocean Waves Tousled Texture Spray throughout the hair and rough-dried it, utilizing the natural texture.

He then used a large round brush around her face and then created a centre part.

Next, he lightly brushed the hair with a Mason Pearson Brush and took a small amount of Alterna Bamboo Form Sculpting Clay and ran it through random pieces for added texture.

The look was finished off with a few sprays of Alterna Bamboo Anti-Humidity Spray.

Jessica alba hair

Honest Conditioning Mist
Alterna Bamboo Beach Summer Ocean Waves Tousled Texture Spray
Alterna Bamboo Form Sculpting Clay
Alterna Bamboo Anti-Humidity Spray

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"The Expendables 3" - Los Angeles Premiere - ArrivalsInspired by the ’60s, celebrity makeup artist Lisa Storey worked with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley to create her red carpet look for the LA premiere of ‘The Expendables 3′.

Here’s how to get the look.

Lisa began by tracing the lash line with Tom Ford Liquid Eye Defining Pen and extending it out to create a cat eye, before applying Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in ‘Rosegold’ across the lid, followed by Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in ‘Cocoa Mirage’.

She used the flat brown shade to contour and the bronze-brown shade dusted over the top and blended out and up towards the brow, filling in her brows softly with Clé de Peau Eyebrow Pencil.

Using Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate to contour, followed by Tom Ford Bronzer, she then added a touch of blush, courtesy of Chanel Crème Blush in ‘Intonation’.

She then applied a generous lashing of Dior Blackout Mascara on top and bottom lashes.

Lastly, Lisa used Tom Ford Lipstick in ‘Sable Smoke’ to complete the look.

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley makeup

Tom Ford Liquid Eye Defining Pen
Laura Mercier Caviar Stick in Rosegold
Tom Ford Eye Color Quad in Cocoa Mirage
Cle de Peau Eyebrow Pencil
Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate
Tom Ford Bronzer
Chanel Creme Blush in Intonation
Dior Blackout Mascara
Tom Ford Lipstick in Sable Smoke

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Hair Trend Spotting Messy Braided Ponytails

Keeping your locks under control in the humid weather has never been easy; however, Nina Dobrev, Lucy Hale and Shay Mitchell found the perfect solution for their red carpet looks at the Teen Choice Awards: braided ponytails.

Last year braids were worn as tight and as sleek as possible, whereas this spring braids are going to be the complete opposite as this trend is more laidback and relaxed, reliving the romantic medieval style.

Opting for long, chunky, messy and romantic braids shows a much more youthful approach to a classic updo.

Other stars who have championed the messy, romantic braid this year, during Cannes, include Blake Lively and Eva Longoria.

Here’s how to create the look.

Create a side part and add texture with a wide-barrel curling iron, making sure to curl from the top. Lightly tease hair at the crown, then split your hair into two sections.

Keeping your hair on the side of the part, begin to braid by pulling a bit of hair from the outside of one section over to the centre of the other section, then repeat for the other side and continue until your braid is the desired length.

Once you’ve reached the bottom, fasten the braid with an elastic. Loosen the braid by lightly tugging on outer sections throughout.

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FOX's 2014 Teen Choice Awards - ArrivalsCelebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell worked with Chloe Grace Moretz for the 2014 Teen Choice Awards.

“We wanted to create effortless, messy, bed-head texture for Chloe’s Valentino look at the Teen Choice Awards”, said Gregory.

Here’s how to get Chloe’s look.

He first blew out Chloe’s hair with a ceramic brush and then parted and sectioned the hair in half. Spraying each section with Kevin Murphy Damage Manager, he then twisted the hair away from her face, holding the ends and hitting the twists with diffused heat from a Harry Josh Blow Dryer and Hot Sock attachment.

After cooling, he brushed out with his fingers and used a 1.25″ iron to curl in the opposite direction at random. He then loosened the waves more by pulling down the ends with his hands and hitting them with the diffused heat again for a more lived-in look.

Next, he sprayed her hair with Klorane Dry Shampoo for dry, messy texture, finishing with Leonor Greyl Eclat Naturel through the ends and Kerastase Laque Couture Hairspray for hold.

grace

Kevin Murphy Damage Manager
Klorane Dry Shampoo
Leonor Greyl Eclat Naturel
Kerastase Laque Couture Hairspray

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Premiere Of Twentieth Century Fox's "Let's Be Cops" - ArrivalsCelebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson worked with Nina Dobrev for the Los Angeles premiere of ‘Let’s Be Cops’ last week.

“Nina and I wanted to do something simple and fresh to complement her Zuhair Murad beaded dress”, said Beau.

Here’s how to get the look.

Because Nina was so tanned from her recent vacation to Bali, Beau used M.A.C. Face and Body Foundation in C5 to even her skin tone on her face and match it with her body.

He then used Cinema Secrets Concealer where needed for extra coverage and By Terry Touche Veloutee Pen under her eyes to cancel out any darkness.

Setting with Laura Mercier Brightening Powder under the eyes and La Mer Powder all over the face, he brought back a glow by spraying M.A.C. Fix+ on the sides of the face, avoiding the centre completely.

On her eyes he used a simple wash of the taupe shade from the Chanel Tissé Rivoli Shadow Quad, and L’Oreal Voluminous Miss Manga Mascara in Black.

On her cheeks, Beau used Hourglass Cosmetics Crème Bronzer and Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate to contour her cheekbones and jawline, enhancing what she naturally has.

Lips were kept simple with just a coat of NARS Larger Than Life Lipgloss in ‘Paris Follies’.

Nina Dobrev2 Makeup

M.A.C. Face and Body Foundation in C5
Cinema Secrets Concealer
By Terry Touche Veloutee Pen
Laura Mercier Brightening Powder
La Mer Powder
M.A.C. Fix+
Chanel Tissé Rivoli Eye Shadow Quad
L’Oreal Voluminous Miss Manga Mascara in Black
Hourglass Cosmetics Crème Bronzer
Tom Ford Shade and Illuminate
NARS Larger Than Life Lipgloss in ‘Paris Follies’

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Taylor+Schilling+Orange+New+Black+Panel+Discussion+1jBUcvcdD2JlCelebrity makeup artist Georgie Eisdell worked with Taylor Schilling for Netflix’s ‘Orange is the New Black’ panel discussion.

She wanted Taylor’s makeup to be simple yet have a certain strength about it. So she kept her skin, cheeks and lips light, focusing on her eyes and brows.

Here’s how to get the look.

First she prepped Taylor’s skin with La Prairie ‘Platinum Rare’ Cellular Eye Cream and moisturized with Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Suprême.

Evening out her skin tone with Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet Smooth-Effect Makeup SPF 15, she then lightly powdered with La Mer ‘The Powder’.

She added a little colour to the cheeks using Tom Ford Beauty Cheek Color in ‘Love Lust’.

Georgie wanted Taylor’s brows to be really structured and groomed, so she used Tom Ford Brow Sculptor in ‘Taupe’, extending her brows slightly to really open up the eye and elongate the eye area.

On Taylor’s eyes she first applied Bobbi Brown eye shadow in ‘Bone’ all over the lid so she had a smooth even colour.

MAC Fluidline Eyeliner Gel in ‘Macroviolet’ was used to create a cat eye and then she went in with Chanel Soft Touch Eyeshadow in ‘Amethyst’ to make it a deep rich plum, blending it up ever so slightly to get a smudged effect. She finished off the eye with one layer of YSL Faux Cils Mascara in ‘Black’ and one layer of YSL Faux Cils in ‘Deep Purple’.

Georgie finished off Taylor’s look with Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in ‘Satisfaction’.

Taylor makeup

La Prairie ‘Platinum Rare’ Cellular Eye Cream
Chanel Sublimage La Crème Texture Suprême
Chanel Perfection Lumiere Velvet Smooth-Effect Makeup SPF 15
La Mer ‘The Powder’
Tom Ford Beauty Cheek Color in ‘Love Lust’
Tom Ford Brow Sculptor in Taupe
Bobbi Brown Eyeshadow in Bone
MAC Fluidline Eyeliner Gel in Macroviolet
Chanel Soft Touch Eyeshadow in Amethyst
YSL Faux Cils Mascara in Black
YSL Faux Cils in Deep Purple
Chanel Rouge Coco Shine in ‘Satisfaction’

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