Actress Kate Bosworth stunned on the red carpet for the premiere of her latest film, Big Sur. Flawless makeup, stand out hair, Christopher Kane dress, Casadei shoes, and accessories by Ana Khouri made this a look we had to get the deets on. Celebrity makeup artist, Daniel Martin talked to us about the inspiration for the star's latest appearance.
"Because the hair was such a focus of her look, we kept her makeup very ethereal and polished," he said. "As her strict regimen of SK-II lent to her luminous radiant skin, I kept the brows strong, cheeks sculpted and lip stained." Wanna steal Kate's makeup swag? Here's how to get the look, straight from Daniel:
"Kate's skin was prepped by applying both the SK-II Facial Treatment Mask ($90) and Treatment Essence ($100), followed by LXP Ultimate Revival Serum ($265) and LXP Ultimate Revival Cream ($350).
Martin then applied SK-II Facial Treatment Cream Foundation ($95) to even out Kate's skin all over. "I used Giorgio Armani Fluid Sheer Highlighter in #2 ($59) to add a touch of luminescence," he explained. Then Daniel went on to highlight Kate's amazing bone structure.
"I defined the cheekbones with Dolce & Gabbana The Blush Luminous Cheek Color in Caramel ($45), and a sheer wash of shade Delight on the apples of the cheeks."
Kate's eyes are a combination of shades from the Dolce & Gabbana Eyeshadow Smooth Eye Colour Quad in Femme Fatale ($59), and Dolce & Gabbana Intenseyes Black Intensity Mascara ($32) was used on the lashes. And to accenuate the starlet's full lips? "On the lips I applied YSL Rouge Pur Couture in Brun Sienne," Martin cited ($34).
And for the stunningly intricate look atop Kate's crown, we've got the scoop directly from celebrity hairstylist Renato Campora. Campora created the sculptural braided look, an idea sparked by images he'd recently come across. "I was inspired by a book of photographs from photographer J.D. 'Okhai Ojeiker," he said. "It is full of the most beautiful, sculptural hairstyles I have ever seen." Loving the hairstyle? Renato tells us exactly how to recreate it:
"I first applied Serge Normant Meta Form Sculpting Pomade ($25) to Kate's hair to make it slick, and easy to braid," he said. "I then separated the hair into three 3" sections - the top and then two sections on the left and right. I brushed the left and right sections down, keeping hair slick and clean, and then joined them together with a small rubber band to create a baby ponytail."
Campora then took the top section and divided it into three parts, and began braiding each piece downward. "While I wanted a soft look, I added a bit of height to her hair at the top to make the style more modern. When I reached her neck, I blended the braids into the ponytail I created from the side sections to achieve a seamless look," Renato explained. Then, using bobby pins, the stylist wrapped the braids against Kate's head in an upward fashion to keep the hair in place.
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