Wednesday, May 6, 2009

fabulous looks from the met ball and lancome

I swear this event rivals the red carpet at the Oscars.

Monday night at The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Vogue’s annual, star-studded Costume Institute gala, gorgeous celebs and models...and their divine gowns...made their entrance in style.

Lancôme actually provided the makeup for a lot of the ladies, including Lancôme ambassador Anne Hathaway, Lancôme spokesmodel Daria Werbowy and Arlenis Sosa, Alek Wek, Du Juan, Michelle Alves and Vanessa Traina.

Of course we have the scoop straight from the makeup artists who created these looks and what they used.

Celebrity makeup artist Daniel Martin did supermodel Michelle Alves’ pretty, natural makeup.

She's the so adorable model in peach.

He accentuated her eyes with Lancôme Color Design Eyeshadow Quad in Haute Sunset, a palette of neutral, peachy and beige shades. To create definition, he lined the eyes with Lancôme Le Crayon Khôl in Noir and added a few coats of Lancôme Ôscillation Mascara in Black.

A dusting of Lancôme Blush Subtil in Miel Glace was applied to the apples of the cheek.

Daniel used Color Design Lipstick in Love It and Color Fever Gloss in Rose Jolie to create a high-shine, pink pout.

Celebrity makeup artist Oslyn Holder worked with supermodel Alek she not becoming more and more stunning as the years pass?

I mean really.

First, Oslyn lined the upper lash line with Le Stylo Waterproof in Noir and blended Color Design Eyeshadow in Statuesque and Backstage Pass on the eyelid. To make Alek’s eyes pop, she applied several coats of Lancôme Hypnôse Mascara in Deep Black.

Next, Oslyn added some color to the cheeks using Color Design Cream Blush in Chic Cassis.

She finished the look with Color Fever Gloss in Intense to create a beautiful, deep burgundy pout.


You can find any of these products at your local Lancome counter, or try to purchase them online.



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