Pretty In Pink
Practically perfect in every way: that’s how we’d describe Emily Blunt’s beautiful red carpet look from last night’s London premiere of Mary Poppins Returns.
Makeup artist Jenn Streicher created a monochromatic rose look for Blunt using Chantecaille’s spectrum of petal-pink hues. Here’s how to get the full look.
“I wanted to create a warm monochromatic look with pink tones that enhanced her face and eye color and complemented the gorgeous royal blue Schiaparelli dress.”
1. To battle jet lag, Emily wore Gold Eye Recovery Masks while she napped.
2. Jenn prepped Emily’s skin with Magnolia Jasmine and Lily Healing Emulsion, a calming and hydrating moisturizer.
3. She brightened and refreshed Emily’s under eyes by rolling on Nano Gold Energizing Eye Serum.
1. Jenn mixed together two shades of Future Skin Foundation for the perfect color. She used Ivory, a light shade with soft rose undertones, and Porcelain, a fair shade with light undertones.
2.To brighten under the eyes and remove any redness around Emily’s nose, Jenn used Le Camouflage Stylo in #2, a light beige shade.
3. On the apples of Emily’s cheeks, Jenn blended Cheek Gelée in rosy pink Happy. On top of that, she highlighted the cheek bones with Philanthropy Cheek Shade in Emotion, a golden coral.
“This was the key trick to creating the look: I wanted the eye and the lips to be the same shade with just a wash of color on both.”
1. Jenn used Chantecaille Lip Veil in a totally new way; she mixed the new, hydrating lip color in an easy pink nude Honeypot with Mermaid Eye Color in Starfish, a warm mauve.
2. Jenn applied multiple layers of Faux Cils Longest Lash Mascara onto Emily’s lashes.
3. To finish the eyes, Jenn used Full Brow Gel in Dark to brush and set Emily’s brows.
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1. To complete Emily’s look, Jenn applied Lip Veil in Honeypot, an easy pink nude. After applying directly to the lips, Jenn then used her finger to dab a little more color for a stained and blurred effect.