The Fashion Court scored Ashley’s beauty scoop from her makeup artist VANESSA SCALI and hairstylist TED GIBSON to give you all the details that you will need in order to achieve her gorgeous punk look. | continue reading..
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Although the plunging neck gown and dazzling diamonds were much more on the glamorous side, the Australian beauty didn’t hold back when it came to her makeup and hair.
TRESemmé Celebrity Stylist JOHN D. gave Teresa’s long golden mane a mussed appearance before sharply braiding one side. It was a cool faux attempt at the trendy-yet-edgy half-shaved head look, which instantly gave her locks a toughened up twist. As for her makeup, JO BAKER gave Teresa bold “bad gal brows” that were complimented by a dewy complexion and glossy taupe lips.
If you’re digging this look, then you’re in luck. Teresa’s glam team gave The Fashion Court the scoop on how to recreate it. | continue reading..
Heads quickly turned with KRISTEN STEWART emerged onto the red carpet wearing a bold bordeaux jumpsuit by Stella McCartney that instantly set her apart from the other glamorously punkified attendees.
With every public appearance from the 23-year-old actress comes a makeup palette and hairstyle on-lookers immediately crave. Kristen worked with her mane man ADIR ABERGEL and one of her go-to makeup artists BEAU NELSON to ensure a solid punk look. The Fashion Court got the low-down on all of the details for you to try your hand at “punk beauty”–Kristen Stewart style! | continue reading..
The “Breaking Dawn: Part 2″ actress rocked the purple and orange carpet wearing a fun two-piece checkered black and violet outfit by OSMAN that she highlighted with sultry smoky eyes, purple passion nails and a funky undone braid.
The Fashion Court scored all of the tips from KStew’s beauty team on how you can recreate her look below–from tip to toe! | continue reading..
FYI: Teresa is the face of ARTISTRY, therefore Melanie primarily used an array of products from the skincare and cosmetics line! | continue reading..
CATE BLANCHETT looked so ethereal on the green carpet for the royal performance of ” The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey” in London! The Australian beauty wore head-to-toe Givenchy, which was complimented with a chignon and a flawless makeup palette. Makeup artist Mary Greenwell teamed up with Cate for the evening and shared her step-by-step process for getting Cate ready with The Fashion Court!
“The gown that Cate wore at the premiere demanded nothing more than simplicity. It was striking, futuristic, but demure and showed her lovely back with a high neckline in front. Strong makeup would have taken away from the elegant that is her signature, and the naturalness of her beauty,” Mary explained.
Are you ready to get the look?
Step 1: First things first, let’s start with your skin. Splash the face with SK-11 Facial Treatment Essence—it feels great and fresh; it wakes the skin up! We then moisturized with SK-11 LXP Ultimate Revival Cream, which works wonderfully under makeup. Next, I used SUQQU Frame Fix Cream Foundation in No. 10. It’s gorgeously pale and creamy all over Cate’s flawless skin. This is a lovely thin foundation; it works perfectly on Cate. | continue reading..
KRISTEN STEWART‘s latest sheer dress at the recent premiere for “On The Road” caught a lot of mixed reviews, but one thing that should be unanimously agreed upon is that her makeup was quite captivating. CHANEL celebrity makeup artist Beau Nelson gave the star feisty “cat eyes” that were a throwback to the popular beauty look of the 1960s!
“For the New York City premiere, I wanted to create a sexy cat eye that was a bit 60s and modernize it with a sheer soft pink lip.” Beau explained his vision for Kristen’s beauty look, “I wanted her to look cool not but not too ‘done’.”
These two tend to push the beauty envelope a little bit more whenever they work together — especially when it comes to Kristen’s eyes! She has been known to rock ruby shadow, intense indigo and recently went for a powerful smoky eye.
Although The Fashion Court has been the biggest fan of Beau’s violet berry smoky shimmer that he did on Kristen for the 2010 screening of “Eclipse” — this latest look might be competition!
LESLIE MANN rocked the red carpet at the Hollywood premiere of “This Is 40″ in a cool color-block gown and a playful Cinderella-esque up ‘do. Leslie worked with makeup artist Georgie Eisdell to ensure a beautiful and fresh palette, which would further compliment her look rather than overpower it.
Georgie shared her tips and the products she used on Leslie, and we’re totally obsessing over these lip colors!
“For the premiere of This is 40, I wanted Leslie’s look to have a radiance about it, keeping with her personality. I also wanted to encapsulate her natural beauty and give it an edge,” Georgie explained her beauty inspiration for Leslie!
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“To achieve this, I prepped the skin with La Mer The Moisturizing Soft Cream, giving her skin hydration and a glow. Using CHANEL Vitalumière Moisture Rich Radiance Fluid Makeup I evened out her skin tone. Adding a small amount of La Mer The Powder to take the edge of the shine.
Makeup artist Mai Quynh, who has worked with Kristen many times before, was inspired by Kristen’s auburn hair and black-and-nude outfit, so she wanted to give her a dark eye—with a twist. “I wanted to change it up a little bit. Instead of using black, I gravitated toward warmer colors,” Mai explained. “I mixed a maroon and bronze eye shadow and layered them on her eye.” Although Mai wanted to leave a tough black out of the look, she did use it to line the inner rim of Kristen’s eyes. She returned to a warm palette when creating the rest of the look. “For her cheeks, I used a soft peach blush and a sheer beige lipstick.” | continue reading..
Makeup artist Mary Greenwell worked with Amanda, who takes on the role of Cosette in the feature film of the beloved musical, to help bring out her natural glow for a shimmering red carpet moment. “Amanda’s skin is looking absolutely perfect! Smooth, pale and without a flaw. Her gorgeous Balenciaga dress showed lots of skin with a fabulous décolleté, so it was extremely important that her face matched perfectly to her chest, same texture and same colour.” | continue reading..