Anne Hathaway scored an Oscar for best supporting actress looking radiant in a makeup palette consisting of petal-pink lips and flicked-out eyeliner. Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee not only made up Anne for the big show but also transformed her look quickly, using only eyeliner, for the Vanity Fair Oscars afterparty. Learn how to re-create both looks, step by step, in today's Celebrity Secret Weapon and if you're ready to try the full look yourself you can get all the products at Chanel.com. On Kirbie: BCBG Max Azria.
With her sophisticated crop, flawless complexion, and doe-eyed makeup, Anne Hathaway looks like she could be Audrey Hepburn's twin. And at yesterday's Les Misérables premiere, Anne's classic beauty shone through; the actress walked the red carpet in glistening eye shadow and a ruby-red lip look. "We wanted Anne to look slick and chic in her hometown of NYC," said Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee, who created Anne's palette for the evening. Mission accomplished.
To get Anne's exact lip color, Lee mixed a trio of the brand's lip shades to get just the right hue: Rouge Allure in Rouge Noir ($34), a black red; Rouge Allure Velvet in La Somptueuse ($33), a deep, warm red; and Rouge Allure in Palpitante ($34), a raspberry red.
Three may be a crowd when it comes to dating and apartment living, but it when it comes to lip color, three's a winner. The reason is because the warm and cool shades form a neutral tone, while the deep red shade gives it all some backbone and edge. So the next time you can't seem to get your lip color your ideal shade, try this warm, cool, and dark technique.
Keira Knightley was a vision of classic beauty at the premiere of Anna Karenina last night. The actress's hair was styled in a sleek side part, which complemented her full brows and bold red lipstick. But it was her full, lush lashes that garnered the most attention, proving that defined bottom eyelashes are still on trend. "We wanted the look to be classic and beautiful," said Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee.
To achieve the eye look, Lee swept on Laura Mercier Caviar Eyeliner in Navy ($22) and then blended Chanel Quadra Eyeshadow in Lagons ($58) to extend the line. For the long, flirty lashes, Lee applied two coats of Le Volume de Chanel Mascara in Noir ($30, available Nov. 13) after curling. For the doll-like lower lashes Keira wears so well, hold your mascara wand vertically and apply the pigment in downward strokes. This eye makeup and lipstick pairing is perfect for holiday partying and looks classic on everyone.
With her gamine crop, porcelain skin, and doe-eyed makeup, Anne Hathaway bears a striking resemblance to Audrey Hepburn. But at last night's The Dark Knight Rises premiere, Anne gave her classic beauty look a modern element with glossy, rose-tinged lips.
"Anne wore a white, statuesque, [Prabal Gurung] gown for the NYC premiere, and I wanted to make sure that her beauty was every bit as timeless as her dress," Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee said. To do this, Lee applied the brand's Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Rivoli ($33) as a stain on the lips, blotting to achieve the desired amount of intensity. To keep it from going too flat, she then dabbed on Elizabeth Arden's Eight Hour cream for moisture. "The result was a beautiful rosy hue," she said.
To complete the palette, Lee used soft vanilla shadow and black cake liner on the eyes, along with a coral-peach blush on the cheeks.
With her perfectly creamy skin, piercing eyes, and ebony strands, Rooney Mara looked almost like a present-day rendition of a Robert Palmer girl at yesterday's The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo premiere. But whereas Palmer's muses wore patent-red lipstick and heavy-handed blush and foundation, Mara's look was clean, fresh, and surprisingly simple to re-create.
"The dress was so magnificent, we just decided that she needed to look effortless, and that the lip should look 'bitten,'" explained Chanel celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee. To bring the concept to life, Lee applied the brand's Rouge Allure Velvet Lip Colour in La Somptueuse ($32), a brownish-red, as a stain. The apples of the cheeks were given a creamy glow with Kevyn Aucoin's Tresbelle blush, and black eyeliner and mascara — no eye shadow was used at all — completed the modern-classic palette.
During the Oscars, host Anne Hathaway changed her hair, makeup, and dress and astonishing eight times between arriving on the red carpet and heading off to the Vanity Fair Oscars party. And with each change makeup artist Kate Lee documented which products she used and what she changed for each new look. Curious to see how much really goes into keep a host pretty and primped backstage at an awards show? Then check out what Lee did to create each of Anne's loveliest looks.
More than 90 percent of you were gaga for Anne Hathaway's Golden Globes hair and makeup, so here's how you can get the look at home. To create Anne's retro waves, Frederic Fekkai Stylist Adir Abergel applied Fekkai Advanced Full Blown Styling Whip ($23) and sprayed Fekkai Coiff Bouffant Lifting & Texturizing Spray Gel ($23) from her roots to the ends of her hair. Next, he blow-dried her hair lightly with his hands, letting her natural wave surface. With a one inch barrel curling iron, he curled the hair away from her face, placing it into pin curls. Adir let her hair cool, and as he took the pin curls out, let the hair fall naturally into place with a messy center part.
For Anne's makeup, Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee used Fluid Iridescent Eyeshadow in Sand ($32) on her eyes, and on her lips she used Rouge Coco Lip Colour in Mademoiselle ($32) topped with Coco Shine in Bel Ami (available in April).
Last night at the New York premiere of Love and Other Drugs, Anne Hathaway's dark eye makeup and sheer, neutral-pink lips had a chic French-girl vibe. Chanel makeup artist Kate Lee created the simple yet stunning palette for Anne to complement the actress's off-white gown. "When I saw the dress I knew that the makeup needed to be beautiful and approachable," Lee said. So to find out how to get Anne's perfectly Parisienne makeup look, just keep reading.
The majority of you were loving Anne Hathaway's red-lipped red-carpet look. And guess what? We've got the scoop from celeb makeup artist Kate Lee on how she created this "it" girl's classic look. Keeping the star's navy chiffon gown in mind, Lee focused on the eyes and lips for a striking effect. Check out the how-to below:
- Eyes: After applying dark liner to the base of the lashes, Lee swept a dark shadow from the lash line upwards using a small brush. Next, Chanel Soft Touch Eye Shadow in Slate ($28.50) was applied to the crease and lower lash line. For the final touch, a Shu Uemura Eyelash Curler ($19) gave lashes some drama, along with several layers of Chanel Inimitable Waterproof Mascara in Noir ($30).
- Brows: For Anne's defined brows, Lee used Lancôme Le Crayon Poudre in Brunet ($23).
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