Many took notice of actress Chloë Grace Moretz's latest red carpet look as she arrived for the premiere for the remake of the legendary horror filim, Carrie. The look was soft, with barely there flawless makeup and romantic hair that played up the star's vivid green eyes and matching dress. Click through the slideshow for more pics and the secrets to Chloë's look!
Celebrity makeup artist, Mai Quynh was inspired by Chloë's gorgeous frock. "Chloë's gown was really soft and kind of bohemian, so we wanted to keep the look really young and fresh," Quynh said to E! News.
Mai went on to reveal a few of her makeup secrets as well. "I like to start off my makeup ritual by using Talika Eye Decompress ($30). I applied the decompress over Chloë's eyes for 10 minutes while her hair was being prepped. This allowed enough time for them to soak in and soothe the skin around the eyes," she said to E!.
"Then, I dispensed three to four drops of Talika Huile Vitale ($47) into my palm and patted it onto her face to moisturize the skin. I used Talika Cream Booster ($145) to massage the Huile Vitale into her skin. This device helps any skin care product penetrate deeper and work more efficiently so her skin stays hydrated."
Mai then used Diorskin Nude Skin-Glowing Makeup SPF 15 in Crème 011 for even base makeup ($48), Chanel Joues Contraste Powder Blush in 68 Rose Ecrin for cheeks ($48), Talika Heated Eyelash Curler ($40), and Talika Lipocils & Black ($45) for longer, thicker lashes.
Celebrity hairstylist Gregory Russell completed Chloë's look, styling her hair into a wispy intricate set of woven tresses. "We were inspired by the beautiful Valentino dress to create a loose romantic, braid," Russell said. Here's how to get Chloe's complimentary hair, straight from the celeb stylist himself.
"I started applying Kevin Murphy Easy Rider Anti-Frizz Crème ($35) to Chloë's damp hair, starting at her ends," Gregory explained. "After working the product through her hair, I made a center part and combed the top flat. I then began rough drying her hair, and next blew out the hairline and top with a round brush."
In Gregory's arsenal of tools, just an iron, a brush, and his hands. "I then used a 1.25" curling iron at random to give more texture," he said. "After curling, I brushed through with my hands and sectioned out a few pieces on the side to create smaller braids to weave through the much looser side braid. I fastened the braids with clear hair bands and tied the end with black lace."
Braids are clearly in and here to stay. From the romantic braids we've been seeing since the summer, to Dolce & Gabbana's latest spring 2014 runway hair, this look is taking the crowns of celebs and supermodels by storm.
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