Her makeup was created by makeup artist Rachel Goodwin pictured below.
|Photo from mybeautymuse.com|
Rachel Goodwin has been a makeup artist for 20 years and after working for prestigious brands such as Shisheido and MAC in San Francisco she relocated to New York. After assisting a few key makeup artists she was recommended to David La Chapelle as a possible makeup artist to work with.
Since then Rachel has gone on to create the red carpet looks for a huge list of celebrities including Penelope Cruz, Cindy Crawford and Diane Kruger. Her work has been featured on the front covers of Cosmopolitan, Elle, Harpers Bazaar and more.
Check out some of Rachel's work on her website www.rachelgoodwin.com
or follow her via Instagram @Rachel_goodwin or see what she is up to via her Twitter @rachel_goodwin
Take a look at some of Rachel's fabulous work ....
We asked Rachel how she created the beautiful look for Emma Stone at this years Golden globes seen below.
Starting with a waterproof shimmering black pencil from Chanel Rachel created a cat eye shape on the top lid up to the crease and buffed it out to soften the edges. Layering on a Chanel powder shadow in navy blue from the Tisse Riviera compact she blended over the pencil to create a seamless blend.
The inner bottom corners of the eye were lined with a pale silver shimmer. Lashes were curled, 2 coats of volumising black mascara and a few individual lashes were added for fullness.
Brows were filled with a medium brown pencil and set with a clear brow gel.
Skin was kept super translucent with minimal foundation and just a hint of concealer around the eyes and under the nose.
A soft pink powder blush on the apples of the cheeks was applied and then blended out with a damp beauty blender sponge.
Lips were lined with a waterproof lip pencil, buffed out with a Q tip and finished with a matte lipstick from Revlon HD Lip colour in the shade Iris.
Rachel's secret weapon was a dab of Elizabeth Arden 8 hour cream on the cheek bones and brow bone to catch the light.
We loved the look so much that Nic has recreated it below....