Ah, the Met Gala.
A place of celebrities, over the top fashion and inspiration.
Emma Stone was a stand out for me. She looked stunning!
When I saw her outfit, hair and makeup I knew I wanted to try it.
Stone’s makeup artist, Rachel Goodwin, said this about the look: “I applied the Phyto-Eye Twist in Lagoon on the waterline only and SoVolume Mascara in Deep Blue on only her lower lashes… And then on the top of the eye, I did a full rhinestone liner that comes out an elongates the eye, so it’s very high-glamour. I really love working with embellishments.”
(Robin, 2019 https://www.allure.com/story/emma-stone-sisley-blue-mascara-met-gala-2019-makeup )
For my look, I didn’t have any rhinestones (sad times) but to make the look more wearable for every day, I used a shimmery highlighter on the top lid and matched the blue liner on the bottom.
I never considered combining red lipstick and blue eyeliner but I’m kind of in love with it now.
And using a shimmery shade on the top lid made my eyes look bigger and more emphasised.
I tried to do Emma’s hair, but I don’t think I suit having one side pulled back in the way she had. However, the wet-look waves I really liked!
Overall, I really enjoyed recreating a makeup look and experimenting with different colours and styles.
Next time, I definatley want rhinestone liner!
Nyx Photo-loving Primer Anti-Redness
Sleek Lifeproof Concealer in Cafe au Lait
Nyx can’t stop won’t stop foundation in Light Procelain
No. 7 Smokey Stay Perfect Eye Shadow Palette
Shade: first pan
Colorpop x Zoella Brunch Date palette
Shade: Brunch Club
Lush Handmade Colour Lipstick in Ambition
Sleek Face Form Contour & Blush Palette in Fair
Too Faced Sweethearts Blush in Sparkling Bellini
Soap and Glory Archery 2-in-1 Brow
Barry M Lash Vegas 2 Mascara
Let me know which celebrity looks you loved at the Met Gala!