Anna Kendrick had a look to turn heads on this years red carpet for the 2015 Academy Awards Show! Her makeup was done to perfection with the help of makeup artist Vanessa Scali and her collection of Elizabeth Arden makeup.
Anna Kendrick, 29, is no stranger to the spotlight. While she always looks gorgeous and styled to perfection, we thought tonight may have been her best look yet! Anna wore an amazing salmon pink gown with a jeweled neckline and a subtle slit. She paired this with dark eye makeup, a pale pink lip, and a gorgeous rosy blush.
Anna Kendrick—2015 Academy Awards
The famous actress and singer attended this high profile event alongside her Into the Woods cast-mates, including Meryl Streep, 65, who was nominated for best Supporting Actress for her role in the film.
The beautiful celeb is scheduled for a performance at this years show that is highly anticipated by all after her amazing role in Into the Woods.
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“Anna’s Thakoon Oscar gown is a breath of fresh air. The soft coral is amazing against her alabaster skin,” said Vanessa. “With that in mind, I wanted to create a look that had presence but wasn’t overpowering and wouldn’t compete with the dress. The focus is definitely on the sultry eye, but paired with the nude, juicy skin, and a matte bitten lip, she looks fresh and effortless.”
For her pale pink lips Anna wore Ceramide Cream Blush from Elizabeth Arden to give her cheeks a soft peachy glow.
This was paired with Beautiful Color Eye Shadow in Smolder, also from Elizabeth Arden, to give a more intense look in contrast to her dress.
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We can’t wait to see more of Anna’s looks and roles in her upcoming films Pitch Perfect 2 and The Last Five Years. What do you think, HollywoodLifers, do you love Anna’s 2015 Academy Awards red carpet look? Let us know!
— Claire O’Halloran