11/02/2013

GET THE LOOK - GEMMA ARTERTON AT THE BAFTAS 2013

There was no doubt for me who stole the red carpet at the BAFTAs in London last night. Bond girl Gemma Arterton looked stunning, even her rain frizzed hair didn't make her any less striking!
Get Gemmas' Look

Face
  • For a flawless matte base use a good long lasting foundation, Mac studio sculpt (£24/$31) is ideal for a satin smooth base. 
  • Lightly bronze around the temples and sweep over cheeks, Estee Lauder Bronze Goddess (£28) is perfect for a slight matte bronzed glow like Gemma's.
  • Get lovely rosy cheeks like Gemma's use Mac Sheertone Blush (£17.50/$21) in Tendering, a gorgeous nude pink colour.
  • Get the matte makeup look like Gemma's by pressing a finely milled light loose powder over your makeup, Jurlique's Rose Silk Finishing Powder (£24.50/$36) is wonderful and matches any skin colour.
Eyes
  • Gemmas eye make this look. Fill in brows so they really shape your face, Clinique superfine liner in 02 (£13/$15) is perfect for this colouring (they do other colours).
  • Line eyes with a pencil and go over with brush to soften the look. Smashbox Waterproof Shadow liner (£17/$22) in black is my new eyeliner obsession, plus it has a smudger on the other end.
  • Sweep a grey over the lid and blend with a fluffy brush to really soften the look.
  • For big fluttering eyelashes either use Millies Lashes (£8.99) in Belgravia (my favourite false lashes) or you can also get incredible results with Clinique High Impact Extreme Volume Mascara (£17/$19.50).
Lips
  • Gemma's soft, practically nude, pink goes gorgeous with this look, NARS Pure Matte Lipstick in Madere (£18.50/$26) is a great match.
Hair
  • Gemma's mid-length hair is pinned up at the back. Use a good styling product to give your hair some weight and texture so it stays up. Bumble & Bumble Texture Hair (un)dressing hair creme (£21.50/$28) is perfect. 
  • Dry hair using a Denman large ceramic round brush (the best brushes) and lift at the root for body. 
  • If it's too straight use Bablyiss Curling Wand (£25) to give it some shape and weight to be pinned up. The wand is super fast and only takes a few minutes but makes all the difference to a 'messy' up do. 
  • Roll hair into a knot or roll at the back using grips to hold in place. Pull a few loose tendrils out and spray Sebastian Shaper Zero Gravity (£11.20) hair spray to finish the look

What do you think of Gemma's look?

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