Zoey looked stunning at the Los Angeles red carpet premiere of her movie ‘Vampire Academy’ on Feb. 4. Her makeup artist and hairstylist spill her exact look below!
Zoey Deutch, 19, looked seriously sexy in a black Monique Lhuillier dress at the premiere. Her hair and makeup matched the overall look to perfection — read the how-to on both below!
Zoey Deutch At ‘Vampire Academy’ Premiere — Get Her Exact Makeup Look
Celebrity Makeup Artist Adam Breuchaud spilled the how-to to HollywoodLife.com:
“Inspiration wise, we wanted to mix a classic Bridgette Bardot ’60s with a current rock edge. I sculpted Zoey’s eye with Chanel Eyeshadow Quad in Prelude. On her cheeks, I used Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder Dim as a blush. And on her lips, a great nod to the ’60s, Marc Jacobs Lovemarc Lip Gel in Happy Ending.”
Zoey’s Exact Hairstyle How To
Hairstylist Aviva Perea breaks it down:
“The inspiration was classic ’60s bombshell with a modern edgy feel. I wanted from the front on to have the height at the crown so it would look ’60s and then when she turned profile or when you saw it from the back, it was a messy undone rocker braid. I prepped Zoey’s hair with Leonor Greyl Alcohol Free Volumizing Styling Mousse at the ends and Phytovolume Volume Spray at the roots and then I rough dried the hair with my fingers. Then I took 1″ sections and wrapped them around the T3 Styling Wand going in alternating directions and around her hairline making sure to go away from her face.
Once her hair was cool, I shook it out and coated her hair with Oribe’s Dry Texture spray from root to end and then took Phyto Matte Texturizing Paste to piece out the hair. Then I gathered her hair from ear to ear and teased at the crown and brought that section up. Then from under the ear I started making smaller sections and incorporating the bigger section into the bigger braid and went down from there. I secured the look with a combination of hair pins and bobby pins. I finished off the look with L’Oreal Elnett Hair Spray.”
Would you rock a style like Zoey, HollywoodLifers?
— Dory Larrabee