Michelle Williams, Movie Premiere

Michelle Williams, Blue Valentine, premiereLast night was the New York premiere of Blue Valentine, and celebrity makeup artist Jeanine Lobell made sure Michelle Williams was looking her best. Here’s what Jeanine used:

Kevyn Aucoin Sensual Skin Enhancer
Chanel Rose Petale Joues Contraste Blush (my favorite!)

Chanel Ombres Perlees (the new-for-spring eyeshadow quint): ivory lightly patted on from lash line to brow, pink in the crease, grey smudged into the top and bottom lash line
Chanel Precision Brow Definer in Soft Brown
Kevyn Aucoin Lash Curler
Kevyn Aucoin Curling Mascara in Rich Pitch Black

Chanel Rouge Coco in Jersey Rose (new for spring!)

Chanel Pearl Drop (new for spring!)

Driven by curiosity, I recently asked a makeup artist (the devilishly handsome creative genius behind Beaute cosmetics, Beau Nelson) why celebrity makeup artists don’t always tell us which foundation shade they used on various stars. The answer surprised me, but made perfect sense: Beau said most professional artists have their foundations in a palette (which they might have made themselves — he has one he made of several “depotted” Shu Uemura Nobara sticks). So when he uses it on a starlet, he may not know which number he was using. (And he may have combined shades.)

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3 Responses to “Michelle Williams, Movie Premiere”

  • switch says:

    Very pretty! I love the color of Jersey Rose, can’t wait to see swatches of this collection :)

    I think Michelle’s previous blonde hair color suits her better though. But I guess it’s ok if she wanted a temporary change (or if she needed it for a role.)

  • shelley says:

    now, how I am supposed to see that lipstick under their watermark? boo!

  • KarlaSugar says:

    I know! I’m sorry! I’m still trying to track down a better picture. :-/

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