Start by dusting on Mark Pro Bronzing Powder in Pro Glow ($10) to the cheeks, forehead, and chin, followed by Good Glowing Blush in After Glo ($8) on the cheeks. For the eyes, use the following eye shadow shades ($5 each): Biscotti on the inner lids, Gioia on the middle and outer lids from the lash lines to the creases (and smudged on the lower lash lines), and Java as an eyeliner. Top off with Lipclick Lipstick in Bare Hug ($10). As for the hair, Tresemmé celebrity stylist Mara Roszak chose a chic and elegant bun for Emma. See how to do it when you keep reading.
Jan 17 2011 The majority of you were loving Emma Stone's style last night at the Golden Globes, and here's the scoop on how you can get both the hair and makeup looks. For the makeup, Mark celebrity makeup artist Mai Quynh was inspired by Emma's structured Calvin Klein dress.
Mara started by applying Tresemmé's Fresh Start No Frizz Créme ($5) to damp hair.
Next she blow-dried Emma's hair, using a round brush to sweep the hair away from the face. She followed by teasing the hair, smoothing it with a comb, and placing it into a mid-height ponytail.
She then divided the pony in half, twisting the two halves around each other. She finished the style off by firmly holding the ends, wrapping the twisted hair into a bun, pinning to secure.