Makeup Trend Review: 2012 Emmy Awards How To Get The Look: Kerry Washington, Julianne Moore From Dior
Dior Beauty hit the red carpet at tonight’s Emmy Awards in Los Angeles. Read on to learn which Dior products were used to create the looks of actresses Kerry Washington, Sarah Hyland and Julianne Moore. Actress Kerry Washington of Scandal looked gorgeous in a look created by makeup artist Carola Gonzalez. “Our inspiration evolved around her dress,” said Gonzalez. “She wanted to do a complete[ly] different look from last year, so no dark lips!”
Lips: Rouge Dior Lipcolor in Angelique Beige #314
Cheeks: Diorskin Nude Tan Bronzing Powder
Eyes: Dior 5-Couleurs Eyeshadow in Earth Reflection #609, Diorshow Mascara
Skin: Diorskin Nude Foundation #060
Photo Courtesy of FabSugar.com
Makeup artist Allan Avendano created a soft look for Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland.
Lips: Dior Addict Extreme Lipstick in Pink Icon, Dior Addict Lip Glow, Dior Lipliner in Heather Rose
Cheeks: Dior Rosy Glow Blush
Eyes: Diorshow Blackout Mascara
Photo Courtesy of PopSugar.com
Lips: Rouge Dior Lipcolor #999
Cheeks: Diorblush in Strawberry Sorbet
Eyes: Diorshow Mascara
Skin: Diorskin Forever foundation, Dior Skinflash Radiance Booster Pen #001, Dior L’Or de Vie La Creme
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