- A wet sponge: To start, Sollitto used Tarte's Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Foundation ($38) with a wet sponge. "This dilutes it, and puts a light blanket so the skin looks healthy," he says.
- A deeper shade of blush: "I often like two different colors on the cheeks," explains Sollitto. For the deeper shade, he chose Jouer's Blush in Rose ($24) to accent the shadow of her cheekbones.
- A softer shade of blush: Sollitto next used a soft pale pink from the apples to the nose so that the blush colors blended cohesively. Says Sollitto, "Amy looked like the brilliant and beautiful movie star she is."
Oct 23 2012 Wearing a navy Oscar de la Renta gown, Amy Adams attended the 16th annual Hollywood Film Awards last night looking as radiant as ever in a peaches and cream makeup palette. Celebrity makeup artist Stephen Sollitto complemented the actress's coloring with warm pink cheeks and lips. But it was Amy's gorgeous glow that put her in the spotlight. Uncover the three items you need to achieve her lit-from-within style when you read more.