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Emma Stone’s Makeup For ‘Aloha’ Premiere — Get Her $9 Lipstick

Thu, May 21, 2015 12:02pm EDT by Dory Larrabee 1 Comment

Emma looked amazing at the London premiere for her film ‘Aloha’ on May 16. Get her exact makeup look using products under $10 below!

I’m a big fan of coral — I love coral dresses, coral nail polish, and coral shoes, so I had to find out the exact coral lipstick Emma Stone was wearing at the London Aloha premiere. Luckily, her makeup artist Rachel Goodwin told me! Get her exact look below!

Emma Stone’s Makeup At ‘Aloha’ Premiere — Lovely In London: How To

Celebrity Makeup Artist Rachel Goodwin described the inspiration: “For Emma’s Aloha premiere, I wanted to use a harmonious palette of colors that would best complement her sky blue dress. I chose soft browns and peach tones, creating a subtle bronze smokey eye which I offset with a pink coral lip.”

Here’s the how to:

“Skin was evened out with REVLON Nearly Naked Makeup in Vanilla (SRP: $9.99) for a natural sheer base, followed by REVLON Cream Blush in Pinched (SRP: $12.99) dabbed to the apples of Emma’s cheeks to create a soft peach appearance.”

“For the subtle bronze smokey eye, Goodwin started with REVLON ColorStay Eyeliner in Brown (SRP: $7.99) on both the upper and lower lids and blended slightly with her fingers. She added REVLON PhotoReady Eye Art Lid + Line + Lash in Topaz Twinkle (SRP: $8.99) on top and then blended the bronze cream shadow with an angled brush up to the crease.”

“To finish, lashes were curled with the REVLON Gold Series Titanium Coated Lash Curler (SRP: $9.99) and both the bottom and top lashes were brushed with two coats of REVLON Bold Lacquer Length & Volume Mascara in Black (SRP: $7.99).”

“Brows were defined and set with REVLON Brow Fantasy in Dark Blonde (SRP: $7.50).”

“To complete the look, lips were given a pop of coral color using REVLON Ultra HD Lipstick in HD Hibiscus (SRP: $8.99).”

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— Dory Larrabee-Zayas