Emily Blunt, How Can We Get Your English Rose Glow?

Mon, January 18, 2010 1:11pm EDT by Add first Comment
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Emily Blunt looked as just as regal as Young Victoria on the Globes carpet!

Emily Blunt, who was nominated for her performance in The Young Victoria, looked like the quintessential English rose at The Golden Globe Awards on Jan. 17. “She always has a vision about what she wants. We talk about what we’ll do beforehand and tonight she said ‘I want pink rosy cheeks!’” says her makeup artist, Jenn Streicher. “Emily’s dress was very feminine and girly so we wanted to do something really soft like the violet color on her eyes,” Jenn says. In what could have been a beauty disaster, it started raining in LA just as Emily was finishing up getting ready. Jenn says Emily was “pretty bummed that it was raining because of her dress’ long train. But she and John Krasinksi looked beautiful together so it didn’t matter.”

Here’s how Jenn got Emily’s look!

  • “I used the Dior palette in Stylish Mauve on Emily’s eyes – it’s a really beautiful pink purple and mauve combination.”
  • “On her checks I used Dior blush in Rose Diamond – it’s four different colors blended together with a subtle shimmer that almost looks slightly iridescent without overdoing it just a really pretty color.”
  • “For her lips, I used a really beautiful Dior glossy liner in Glossy Pink – it looks more natural than a normal matte liner. Then, I used a Dior Addict Lip Polish in 001 – it’s a nudey, pink color.” - Marta Topran

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