It's the Oscars of fashion they say, and last night at the Metropolitan Museum of Art annual gala the stars brought their A-game. From Blake Lively's “Vintage Hollywood” to Solange Knowles' smokey eye, here's our recap of the best makeup, and the products they used so you can capture your favourite look.
Sarah Jessica Parker
Oh SJP, you never disappoint us. Looking stunning in Oscar de la Renta, her dress wasn't the only thing to land her on the best dressed list. Her makeup artist Leslie Lopez for NARS Cosmetics used Giove Dual- Intensity Eyeshadow, Via Veneto Larger Than Life Eyeliner, and Adelaide Illuminator. Now you can get Parker's modern twist on a classic for your eyes. “Her makeup look is a modern version of something we'd see from the 1950s,” Lopez said. “I created a very distinct shape for the eye that was popular during that era.”
The former Gossip Girl star had everyone whispering about her gorgeous, Old Hollywood look and having Ryan Reynolds as your arm candy for the evening isn't bad either. Lively was the epitome of chic with her vintage Hollywood look using Baalbek Eye Paint, Subra Dual Intensity Eyeshadow, and a Salsa Lip Liner Pencil, all by NARS Cosmetics. Stay fabulous, Blake.
It was a big night for Solange Knowles. After debuting her new pixie and stepping out in a sherbert 3.1 Phillip Lim gown, the focus from her bright dress shifted to her perfect smokey eye. The products used were Subra Dual- Intensity Eyeshadow, Siam Matte Multiple, and Isola Bella Satin Lip Pencil by NARS. Her glowing cheeks and nude lip make for a fabulous transformation with her new do.
The Revlon Brand Ambassador dazzled us on the red carpet with her relaxed makeup, showcasing her natural beauty. Her fresh look complemented her pink tone dress, but let's face it, when does ever not look beautiful? Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin used a number of different Revlon products such as Revlon PhotoReady Skinlights Face Illuminator In Peach Light; Revlon ColorStay Eye Liner in Topaz; Revlon ColorBurst Balm Stain in Cherish; and Revlon Nail Enamel in Diamond Texture.
May the fourth be with you! Kirsten Dunst was in the Stars Wars spirit with her Death- Star inspired gown by Rodarte, so it's only natural that her makeup tied in with the theme of intergalactic travel. She used Sycorax Dual- Intensity Eyeshadow, Interstellar Eye Paint, Luxembourg Satin Lip Pencil from NARS Cosmetics.