Kate Mara was at the premiere of Man Down at the Toronto International Film Festival on Tuesday, and I loved her look! Her face was very fresh and clean but her eyes were super dramatic. The look was created by Celebrity makeup artist Coleen Campbell-Olwell, who shared how she got the look.
"I started with the Orlane Oxygenation System on freshly clean skin. I love to rub it between my fingers to warm it up and dab it onto her skin. It gives an instant red carpet glow that you don’t always get with a moisturizer.
Then I used the Orlane Super Moisturizing Light Cream to hydrate the skin, I wanted to really take care of her skin this week since she has been traveling a lot. I love to apply the Orlane Super Light Moisturizing Cream with a damp beauty blender sponge; it stays on so when I apply the foundation it mixes with the cream."
"I mix Orlane Teint Absolu Treatment Foundation #11 and #12 in order to keeps her skin luminous. I spend a lot of time on highlighting the skin. I then powdered the t-zone with the Orlane Poudre Libre Translucent for a velvety finish and then I went in with the Orlane Bronzer. I like the fact that the bronzer is matte and can give a light contour under the cheekbones. I highlight the cheeks with Antonym blush in copper- I love the three different colors of the copper with the peach rose and gold that gives a mosaic look that can be interchanged with lipstick.
3. Strong Eyes
"We did the eyes stronger tonight and the lip softer, to compliment her posh dress. I filled in her eyebrows to frame her eyes with the Diorshow Browstyler in Universal Brown. We did a slightly smokey eye but in reverse.
The final touch for her bold eyes was of course my kit staple, Orlane Volume Care Mascara. Because I used liner only on her waterline, I needed those lashes full and long to give a dramatic effect."
4. Natural Lips
"Lastly we wanted the lips to look smooth and natural with the Orlane Lip Conditioner Magnificent. Her natural color is so pretty but I just wanted to add a touch of Nars Descanso lip pencil."