At Atelier Versace Fall 2013 Couture, the look was signature Donatella Versace – a sultry eye with lots of lashes and “just a bit of smoke”, paired with bare lips. To get the look, Pat McGrath applied two and a half rows of false eyelashes to both top and bottom lids. For a similar effect, try my favorite Jealousness JS-507 False Eyelashes and Jealousness JS-709 False Eyelashes instead!
With the launch of The Great Gatsby movie, I wanted to try my very own 20s makeup look. I chose a smoldering smoky eye in shades of purple, black and gold and paired it with a signature ’20s bow lip in red.
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!
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.
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.
Just stumbled upon this awesome video tutorial by makeup maestro Charlotte Tilbury on how she created the gorgeous rock ‘n roll inspired smoky eye makeup on pop princess Rihanna for the March 2013 issue of V Magazine. Total hotness!