Anne Hathaway, Movie Premiere

Anne Hathaway, Love and Other Drugs premiere, Kate LeeDammit, Annie, why you gotta be so gorgeous.

For yesterday’s Los Angeles premiere of Love and Other Drugs, celebrity makeup artist Kate Lee did Anne Hathaway’s makeup — and Anne looked stunning.

Kate Lee said she was inspired by Anne’s cream-colored dress: “It evoked images from Fellini Movies, so I decided to do a modern day La Dolce Vita.”

Here’s what Kate used:

Chanel Sublimage Concentrate (to prep)
Chanel Vitalumiere Fluid Makeup (to smooth and even skintone)
Chanel Eclat Lumiere in Beige Rose (to brighten under the eyes, and highlight the brow bone)

Chanel Ombre D’eau Fluid Eyeshadow in Delta (not too far above the crease)
Laura Mercier Caviar liner (along the lash line, more defined at the outer edges)
Anastasia Brow Gel (to fix and fill)
Chanel Inimitable Waterproof Mascara in Noir

Nars Lovejoy (cheeks, bridge of the nose)

Chanel Rouge Allure Laque in Santal

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7 Responses to “Anne Hathaway, Movie Premiere”

  • Marie says:

    Thanks for this! She was absolutely stunning at the premiere, and I love everything about her look.

  • Arianne says:

    She’s so beautiful! Santal looks so good on Anne, I’m jealous! It just looked deathly on my non-pigmented lips.

  • Georgie says:

    Her hair is absolutely stunning. So glossy, gorgeous and natural.


  • I love this look! Anne is so gorgeous!

  • Susie says:

    SHe looks stunning!

  • Miss Kittie says:

    She looks so gorgeous. I wish Santal looked that good on me. :( But on me it turns rather brownish.

  • diann_co says:

    STUNNING!! Thanks for the breakdown – I love the lips!!!

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