Amy Schumer is looking like a golden goddess on the cover of ‘Vanity Fair.’ Putting a modern twist on the retro pinup girl style, Amy’s beauty look includes glam waves and barely-there makeup. Get the details on her latest cover beauty look, ahead!
There’s nothing funny about comedian Amy Schumer‘s May Vanity Fair cover. The 34-year-old looked totally stunning mimicking a classic pinup girl pose with the beauty look to match. Shot by the legendary photographer, Annie Leibovitz, Amy’s cover hair and makeup are easy to copy all spring and summer long.
Okay, so you’re probably not going to don a corset like Amy did for everyday wear, but her fresh beauty take on the retro pinup girl look is more than made for the office or an outing with your girlfriends. Wearing the classic curls a bit looser, instead of going all out with the makeup, Amy’s team opted for a softer look, with manicurist, Deborah Lippmann, adding a splash of vampy color on her nails.
For her hair, Amy’s stylist, Kimberly Gueldner, gave her full curls that were brushed out fo a slightly more undone look and parted to the side. To create a fuller effect, prep your damp hair with a volumizing mousse like Garnier Fructis Sky-Hi Volume Mousse, which will boost strands and last for 24-hours. After you blow dry your hair completely, part your hair off to the side and use a curling iron to create your curls, setting with a hairspray like Garnier Fructis Full Control Anti-Humidity Aerosol Hairspray.
Andrea Tiller kept Amy’s makeup super simple, keeping her skin natural with soft bronzer and peachy cheeks for a slightly sculpted effect. Her eyes were naturally defined with neutral shadows and black mascara, and Amy’s lips had a soft kiss of pink color. For a similar effect, try the new Glossier Generation G Sheer Matte Lip in Like. The buttery lipstick swipes on with subtle color, but can be layered on for a more noticeable pop of color, too.
Amy’s Vanity Fair cover comes just weeks after she made headlines when she unexpectedly appeared in Glamour magazine, labeled as “plus-size.” Calling out the magazine in an Instagram, Amy wrote: “I think there’s nothing wrong with being plus size. Beautiful healthy women. Plus size is considered size 16 in America. I go between a size 6 and an 8. @glamourmag put me in their plus size only issue without asking or letting me know and it doesn’t feel right to me. Young girls seeing my body type thinking that is plus size? What are your thoughts? Mine are not cool glamour not glamourous.”
What do you think of Amy’s Vanity Fair cover, HollywoodLifers? Do you love this hair and makeup look on her?