GIRL CRUSH: Anne Hathaway
Annie’s really grown up from being the awkward teen in the Princess Diaries flicks. At her premiere for Love And Other Drugs, she looked like a red carpet pro!
Here are the deets:
INSPIRATION: Adir Abergel was inspired by the 70’s
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: Adir started by applying the Fekkai Full Blown Volume™ Styling Whip on wet hair. Using a round brush, he dried the hair completely. With a 1 ¼ inch curling iron, Adir curled the hair into barrel curls and pinned the hair leaving it to cool. Once cooled, he took out the curls and brushed hair with a flat brush. Then, he set the hair with Fekkai Coiff Magnifique Ultra-Light Finishing Crème and secured with Fekkai Coiff™ Sheer Hold Hairspray.
INSPIRATION: “For the premiere of Love and Other Drugs in Los Angeles, Anne wore a
creamy dress which was so amazing, it evoked images from Fellini Movies, so
I decided on a modern day La Dolce Vita.” — Chanel Makeup Artist, Kate Lee (SIDE NOTE: Isn’t Anne the Lancome spokeschick?!?)
HOW TO GET THE LOOK: I prepped her skin with CHANEL Sublimage Concentrate, then smoothed and evened the skin tone with CHANEL Vitalumiere Fluid Makeup so as to keep the
skin approachable, but peachy. I used CHANEL Éclat Lumière in Beige Rosé to brighten under the eyes, and the brow bone. Then, on the lid I carefully blended CHANEL Ombre D’eau Fluid Eyeshadow in Delta, taking care not to blend too far above the socket. Next, I used Laura Mercier Caviar liner to trace two perfect lines along the lash line, making them more definite towards the outer edges. I spent quite a bit of time working on Anne’s brows, gently filling and fixing with Anastasia Brow Gel.
On her cheeks and across the bridge of the nose I used Nars blush In Lovejoy. Anne’s lip colour was CHANEL Rouge Allure Laque in Santal which is a gorgeous shade between a peach and a salmon pink. It is purely a gloss with no shimmer. I love this colour! Lashes were curled and given a coat of CHANEL Inimitable Waterproof Mascara in Noir, and then I applied a full
set of strip lashes for a liddy effect.”