It’s almost Oscars time which means lots of parties and events, and Jennifer Lawrence looked flawless at a dinner she attended for women’s equality.
The Dinner For Equality was hosted by actress Patricia Arquette. Jennifer Lawrence gave a speech on her experience, and looked amazing while doing so with a romantic, twisted updo.
Dressed in a sheer, sequin top and velvet high-waisted pants, Jennifer looked amazing. From the front, her hair looked simple and sleek. Parted in the center with a few face-framing pieces, and pulled back. But the real drama came when she turned around! Her hair was intricately twisted and pin, creating an elegant french twist / chignon combination.
Jennifer Lawrence At Dinner For Equality — Gorgeous Hair & Makeup
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Jennifer’s makeup was soft and pretty. Get her look with Dior makeup (she is the face of the brand). For her punchy lip, use Dior Addict Lipstick in Oversize, a gorgeous pink. Highlight eyes with Diorshow Mascara for full, volumized lashes.
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To get her gorgeous skin, Jennifer turns to Dr. Colbert of New York Dermatology Group and his signature three-step Triad Facial:
“Step One: Microdermabrasion to gently remove old, dead skin cells, resulting in immediate skin clarity and tone.
Step Two: Laser toning to energize the skin, even pigmentation and texture, and stimulate deep, long-term collagen production.
Step Three: Gentle chemical peeling to impart a fresh, youthful radiance and silkiness to the complexion.”
Do you love Jennifer’s gorgeous hair and makeup at the Dinner for Equality?