Celebrity Makeup Spotlight: Rachel McAdams At Sherlock Holmes Premiere

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Published on December 19, 2009 with 5 Comments

Canadian beauty Rachel McAdams has been looking smokin’ hot lately. At the London premiere of her new flick, Sherlock Holmes, she wowed the crowd in a one-shoulder Andrew Gn gown paired with shimmery white eyeshadow on the eyelid, dense fake lashes, scarlet lips and a loose, asymmetrical side-braid. One word – Gorgeous!!


At the New York premiere, Rachel looked equally stunning in a black Jasmine di Milo top with Catherine Malandrino pants. Her eyes were smoked out in shades of brown and gray and a tinge of pink was added on the cheeks and lips.



I personally loved her first look – doesn’t she look like royalty? Which of these looks do you ladies like better?

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  1. I prefer her as a redhead, looked more vibrant. Blonde tend to make most people looked washed up (eg Katharine McPhee)

  2. I like everything about her first look except for the lipstick. It’s a perfect example of what goes with the dress doesn’t actually go with the skin tone. The color brings out the red in her hair but it clashes with the grey shadow and dress. She should have gone with something with a wash of purple or a blue-toned lip.

    The second pic looks much soft and feminine… Lol, that’s my two cents.

    Absolutely love your blog — and per the past post; I LOVE Du Juan!

  3. I do like her first look better. The second look is more smokey-eyed casual, and she still pulled it off pretty well. She’s awesome and I think she’s stunning all the time… but that’s also because she’s Canadian and I’m biased ;)

  4. I agree with AtelierGal. I prefer her as a redhead. But, she still looks beautiful. I love her hairstyle in the first picture. =)

  5. I love her dress

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