Anne Hathaway wowed the crowd with a soft purple smoky eye and yes, edgy platinum blonde hair at the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala . Here’s how to recreate her look!
Graphic eye makeup dominated the red carpet of the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala last night. Inspired by 80s film, “Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains”, makeup Artist Erin Ayanian created a soft look with NARS Larger Than Life Long-Wear Eyeliner in Via Veneto and Barrow Street on Dakota Fanning.
Matching your eye makeup to your outfit can be a do when done correctly. Case in point? The gorgeous burgundy eye makeup Kristen Stewart wore at the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala. “I wanted to create a dark punk shape to the eye, but give it some edgy elegance by working in reds, burgundies and blacks. The look came together beautifully with the deep burgundy jumpsuit Kristen wore.” said makeup artist Beau Nelson.
The gorgeous Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wowed us with a classic look – neutral eye and red lip – at the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala. “I wanted Rosie to look like a punk princess so I gave her a strong brow and lip, and kept the rest of her face really fresh. It made her punk element feel more modern.” said celebrity makeup artist Monika Blunder for tarte cosmetics.
The brows were a major focal point tonight. “Rosie already has gorgeous, naturally full brows so I just enhanced them.” Monika used tarte’s Amazonian clay brow pencil in taupe to give her brows a sharper edge.
Monika started by applying Amazonian clay full coverage 12-hour foundation all over to even her complexion. Then she brushed tarte’s matte waterproof mineral powder bronzer in park ave princess in the hollows of her cheeks, over her temples and across her forehead to create extra dimension. Next, she mixed maracuja blush & glow brightening luminizer & cheek tint in sunlight with tarte’s cheek stain in awakening and blended it over the apples of her cheeks to bring extra light to her face. She then used tarte’s buffy bamboo face powder brush to blend everything together and make sure the contouring was seamless.
Monika used different shades of bronze from tarte’s call of the wild palette Amazonian clay 8-shadow collector’s palette to create a smudgy, washed-out eye that went from light to dark. She started by sweeping the shade wild all over her lids and into her inner corners, then brushed meow close to her lashlines and pulled it out toward the edges. She took the shadow instinct and blended it into the center of her lids, and brought that same shade onto her lower lashlines to bring everything together. She finished by painting her lashes with three coats of lights, camera, flashes statement mascara.
Monika created a custom burgundy shade for Rosie by layering two colors. First, she filled in Rosie’s lips with LipSurgence lip tint in moody (a deep berry) and then went over it with glamazon pure performance 12-hour lipstick in wild, (a vivid red) to create a long-lasting, edgy hue.
Emmy Rossum ditched her signature dewy look for a bolder, glam punk look at the 2013 Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Annual Costume Institute Gala last night. “Emmy’s look was a mixture of beautiful femininity and rock ‘n’ roll edginess with her romantic gown and bold eye makeup,” said her makeup artist Jo Baker.