Judging from the sheer number of glitter frocks and floor-grazing gowns at last night's AmFar Gala, this annual event is a
However, as Dree Hemingway proves, you don't really need to go all-out in a dress to make a formal statement. The actress and model stood out in the sea of gowns thanks to her Chloe Resort pantsuit, and deep-parted beachy waves. Her makeup artist Nico Guilis used her outfit as inspiration for her au naturale beauty look--and proves that less really is more, even at a major party like this one. As he puts it, "I decided to do a simple and structured makeup look with a muted lip and contoured skin to her outfit was more masculine and structured." Oh, and while it looks great on Hemingway here, it should go without saying that this naturally pretty makeup works just as well for whatever your weekend plans entail.
"I added the Nars Blondie sandy brown shadow to the contour of the lash line to add a bit of definition and bring out the blue of her eyes."
CONCEAL AND HIGHLIGHT IT:
On the skin is Chanel Aqualumiere mixed with
oil all over the skin. Then Chanel's Sun Soleil on highlight cheekbone, forehead, chin and nose. In the contour of the cheek is
On the lashes I used Chanel's new brown mascara, then I brushed up the brows with Lancome's Brow pencil. On the lips is