The Met’s 2010 Costume Institute Gala: Rosario Dawson

Rosario Dawson, Met, Costume Institute gala, 2010Rosario Dawson wore Bobbi Brown to the Metropolitan Museum’s annual red carpet gala, and makeup artist Troy Surratt revealed exactly what went into creating her look.

  • Face Touch Up Stick in Warm Natural (4.5) to even out the eye and nose area
  • Moisturizing Cream Compact in Honey (5), applied with a sponge and then set with powder
  • Medium Bronzing Powder where the sun would naturally hit the face
    • Note: When wearing your hair up and using bronzer, Troy recommends applying a bit of bronzer to the ear lobes. Pale ears are a telltale sign that you fudged your tan.
  • Shimmer Blush in Bahamas Brown on the apples of the cheeks
  • Creamy Lip Color in Raisin Berry
  • Tinted Eye Brightener in Medium to Dark Bisque under her eyes for additional brightness (applied and blended with fingertip)
  • Groom lashes and brows with Clear Natural Brow Shaper

Rosario Dawson, Met, Costume Institute, 2010

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5 Responses to “The Met’s 2010 Costume Institute Gala: Rosario Dawson”

  • Silvia says:

    Way too natural for me :/
    Perfect for daylight; for an evening event (with hundreds of photographers), however… I think she would wear something slightly more dramatic in an occasion like that.

  • dede Wilson says:

    Oh My! I hate to say this but I thought it was a “before” photo!

  • Crissy says:

    She looks atrocious! That dress is ill-fitting and her makeup isn’t doing her any favors.

  • lexi920 says:

    I recently flipped through BB’s first beauty book and I noticed a teenaged modeling Rosario Dawson – she still looks just as lovely. I just wish that she had more color on her lips.

  • M. says:

    She’s naturally beautiful; it’s a shame that her make up and hairstyle are unbecoming.

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