Before our eyes, Emma Watson has turned from a cute child into a beautiful girl who is not afraid of beauty experiments. Over 16 years of dynamic career, the actress changed several haircut options, collaborated with the Burberry fashion house and received the Style Icon award from Vivienne Weswood herself. Together with makeup artist Evgenia Rusinovskaya, we analyze the most successful images of the star.
Premiere of the film "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2" in New York, 2011
Heavy eye makeup in a femme fatale style with gold leaf decor. I love the way the lower lid is lined up with the brown matte eyeshadow. For such an image, it is important to choose the right hairstyle and lip color: Emma has her hair pulled back, and a nude pencil only adds volume to her lips.
Academy Awards, 2014
For brown-eyed brunettes, red lips always match. But be careful with carrot shades. They accentuate the yellowness of the teeth. Emma has a win-win - classic red. The black arrow emphasizes the depth of the brown eyes. Another makeup trick is a subtle blush. Instead of blush, the makeup artist used lipstick to match her lips. It turned out very sensual!
British Fashion Awards 2014
Emma has close-set eyes, so the makeup artist made barely noticeable pencil arrows from the middle of the century. They visually lengthen and enlarge the eyes. Despite the bright lipstick, the look is delicate thanks to the neat curls.
2014 Golden Globe Awards Ceremony
Emma has a warm skin tone for which color accents are especially important. A deep coral lip (most likely a long-wearing pencil was used) and pastel shades soften the look. The arrow makes the look deeper. Here you can get by with the simplest way of drawing an arrow - draw a line with a black pencil closer to the eyelash edge and shade.
Reception at Windsor Castle at the residence of the British monarchs, 2014
Emma has medium-sized lips, the burgundy shade of lipstick looks harmonious on them. But keep in mind that this color visually emphasizes small lips and stands out strongly on light skin. Therefore, it is important that it is even, without inflammation. For this look, use a shimmery golden eye shadow and be sure to paint over your lashes with mascara.
Time 100 Gala, 2015
Every year, Time magazine publishes a list of the 100 most influential people in the world and hosts a large-scale Time 100 Gala on this occasion. In 2015, Emma Watson was among the guests.
For the event, Emma chose bright red lipstick. The “catwalk” eyebrows, combed up, make the look bold. Looks both low-key and sexy at the same time.
Costume Institute Ball Met Gala, 2016
A sleek, modern princess look that brings nude makeup and simple yet elegant styling. Black mascara enhances lashes, eyeliner and shadows in natural shades reshape the eyes. It seems that the makeup artist barely touched Emma's face, but in fact there is a lot of work to do. For a natural effect, I advise you to contour with blush.
White House Correspondents' Association Dinner at the White House in Washington, 2016
It can be seen that the makeup was matched to the bright top. On the face, a very light foundation, on top of which was applied a matting transparent powder.
Most likely, lipstick was used instead of blush to achieve the perfect match. Tip: For a lasting blush, apply powder and dry blush over lipstick.
Premiere of the film "Beauty and the Beast" in Los Angeles, 2017
The accent of the image is a graphic arrow, which is combined with a decoration in the hair in the Greek style. If you want to repeat, use a gel liner (Bobbi Brown or MAC). I love the glitter of the salmon shade - it adds brightness to the makeup, but doesn't detract from the graphic arrow.
Beauty and the Beast London premiere, 2017
Emma is showcasing the main trend of the year - radiant skin (to repeat makeup, use a radiant base and non-matting powder). This is a very comfortable and practical make-up that will not deteriorate after a couple of hours. A dark brown eyeliner at the corners of the eyes delicately adjusts their shape.
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