Aside from her gorgeous, chartreuse Elie Saab gown, the Birdman star's simplistic makeup and 1930s-inspired hair brought the look together in a stunning way. Following the awards show, Emma's beauty team gave the lowdown on how to get the actress's star-worthy look.
"The color of the dress was fun and unexpected and called for another unexpected color," makeup artist Rachel Goodwin told Pret a Reporter, adding she tried several lip and cheek shades on Emma during a fitting. She ended up going with these products: "Chanel Powder Blush ($45) in Angelique for her perfectly pink cheeks and a peachy-coral lip color called Tulip from Revlon Ultra HD lipstick ($10), which was defined with Chanel Precision Lip Definer ($30) in Rouge Candy," she continued.
"There was nothing harsh and no black," Rachel said, adding she also used Chanel Écriture de Chanel Eyeliner Pen ($35) in Brun on the actress' eyes. "It was soft, I wanted it to feel like the colors in a garden."
As for Emma's hair, her hairstylist Mara Roszakj was also inspired by the color of Emma's gown, saying she first created the look by prepping her hair with L'Oreal Paris Advanced Hairstyle Curve It Elastic Curl Mousse ($5), and then curled it with a one-inch GHD Curve Classic Curl Iron.
"I knew I wanted that S-wave in the front," Mara continued, adding that she pinned Emma's hair up into a loose chignon and "sculpted the whole head to get the right kind of vintage-inspired wave." She finished the look with a mist of L'Oreal Paris Advance Hairstyle Lock It Weather Control Hairspray ($4), which helped keep the hairstyle frizz free and in place in spite of the rain and humidity.
Emma's manicurist Ashlie Johnson also revealed the secret to Emma's springtime nails, saying she used a couple of coats of Chanel Secret nail polish ($27), which gave her nails a pink-beige hue.
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